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The morning started with Jim taking the truck to have the oil change and a checkup. There are no problems, just routine check.
In the afternoon, we went to Rock City. It's advertised all over Western North Carolina often on the sides of old barns—"See Rock City". Now there are little red barns with ad painted in white letters. So, …
What a beautiful day we're having. The skies are blue. The sun is shining. We have great day for looking at vistas from the mountain tops.
We begin our day by riding the Incline Railway up the side of Lookout Mountain. It’s a good ride with a good view of the city below. The maximum incline at the top of the mountain is 72° from the …
Today is a day for the Civil War. We toured the battlefield at Chickamauga. It's in Georgia, but it’s a very short drive since Chattanooga is in the corner of Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. The day is clear and sunny so it promises to be a great day. We’re just glad to see the sun for more than a few hours.
Chickamauga is one …
Today is starting out very rainy with a prediction of rain most of the day. We're driving to Scottsboro, AL to the Unclaimed Baggage Store. But the traffic is terrible and the 1 hour drive took us 1.5 hours. We heard on the news that there was a bad wreck on I-75. By the time we got there, the wreck was gone, but the traffic was still stop-and-roll …
What a long day! We drove about 6.5 hours and the last 1 ½ hours were in stop and roll traffic through Chattanooga. The city is the confluence of 3 interstates going in 6 directions and all travel the same 6 lane stretch for about 5-6 miles beside the Tennessee River. And traffic was bad on all of the 3 interstates today. Wow, were we glad to find …
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