Royal Extended Stay Alcoa
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We spent this morning hiking and driving around the Great Smoky Mountains. The weather is beautiful here, 66 and sunny with the smell of water, warmth, and spring. We took a scenic drive around Cades Cove and now we're off to Nashville, and Memphis by ...
... vessels all made, surprisingly enough, of cast iron. They had a huge section of blemished items where I picked up a 5 L casserole. They had a special on three fry pans of different sizes which I also bought. All these items plus an insulated ...
... to Dad if the GPS breaks or we get lost. I know these skills will come in useful on our trip; just wait and see.
As you can see, I also found a little time to hang with a lady friend. Yeah, I know she's taller than me but, a fella can dream right. Besides, I like the long-legged ones <^|=|'
Note: Click on the first picture to see them as a slide show with annotations.
Smell Ya Later,
... restaurants and bars are), Gay Street (the coolest street in all of Knoxville), City Fido (MY favorite store). And, of course, Coffee & Chocolate, where they are very nice but, I have to wait outside :(
These pictures are of some of the art in Krutch Park that I like to sniff, with each one labeled and annotated. Dad says that one of them is even dedicated to ME - Champ ...
... the case and he's going to knock it out.
On our apres-fruhstuck walk, we saw cranes, cranes everywhere. The whole of Gay Street, where we live, was blocked and full of them. Oh, these are the lifting kind of cranes, not the flying kind that I like to chase. They're using a very big crane to take something from the top of one of the high buildings. In fact, it's so big that they brought a smaller crane to erect the ...