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Took a trip to Sweet water, Tennessee to The Lost Sea Adventure which is a huge cave with a underground lake at the bottom of it. You do a 3/4 mile hike and drop down over 140 feet below ground level. At the bottom you board boats and go out in a 4 acre underground lake, There were rainbow trout in the lake up ...
Drove 220 miles in 3.5 hours.
We arrived at Karen's aunt Suzanne's place around mid- afternoon, perfect timing for a hay ride and pumpkin pick expedition.
So we jumped into the car with Robbie, Suzanne and their 2 year old daughter Christie for the 1 hour drive to the farm. After the swampy low land country of GA and SC it was a welcome change to enter mountain country. The scenery was spectacular with ...
... trip we took was to Cane Falls. Not knowing how far it was to the bottom of this large waterfall, we took off on the trail. This was an adventure that we weren't sure we could make!! It was a very long distance down to the bottom and as you can see by the pictures, there were many rock walls and steps. ...
Didn't have far to go from Knoxville to visit overnight with our South FL Corvette friends transplanted to TN. Dave and Linda took us on a trip thru the back roads thru the Cherohala Skyway and stopping at the Bald River Falls which was a beautiful area. We drove thru a lot of small towns Athens and Etowah and then a delicious meal at a local diner. It was good to see their piece of quiet paradise!! Thank you,
Hey all - writing to you from Cleveland, TN! Have had a great last few days. Our biking day after the longest climbing day ever couldn't have been more perfect - it was a short 5mi climb (okay at the time it felt extremely long considering legs were still jello) so we decided to stop after 5mi and do yoga mid-mountain, and it was majestic and so necessary! After that ...