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This morning once we'd pack up we got into the van ready to head into Tennessee. Our first stop was a thrift shop, where we bought outfits for each other in preparation for a thrift shop night. Some of the outfits looked very interesting on the racks. We continued on our way and stopped at a rest stop on the side of the highway for lunch. Funnily enough there was a birthday party going on there, probably not the first place I'd ...
We went to Sweetwater to see our best friends, Kayla, Paul and their daughter Lydia. They have been my friends since the early 1990's. We have hung out as much over the years as possible and have met at least annually to watch the Daytona 500 even they root for ...
I arrives home extremely late. It is so good to be home! I have seen a lot of beauty, but I have yet to see anything that is as beautiful as Tennessee! I have bragged on the beauty if Tennessee so much that people who were on the trip with me, from New Jersey want to come to Tennessee. What an educational experience!
I am so thankful for Funds for Teachers! Without FFT, I would have never been able to have this awesome ...
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,
... very impressed
with Lynn’s tenacity, hiking the entire 2.5 mile loop like a professional!
After a nice PB and J lunch in the picnic area, we decided
to check out another hike in the area, which takes you to a swinging bridge. The
bridge is part of the Benton McKay trail which travels over 300 miles and
crosses the Toccoa River. We were obviously only hiking a short piece of it to
walk the 275 foot long bridge, the longest swinging bridge east of ...