Hampton Inn Crossville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wanting to do it again.
The more I travel, the more I want to see.....and sharing it with Laurie is the best part. It's time to start planning the next one. I'll see you then. Thanks for following along.
Laurie had a few comments as well. They are as follow:
The coastal areas of Oregon and California are both similar and very different. The northern ...
... 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. ...
Today, Sunday, June 22nd. We went to Fall Creek Falls State Park to have a cookout and enjoy the gorgeous views of the Lovely Waterfall. We found a nice picnic table and grill shady out of the blazing sun near the ball field and bathrooms. Tony grilled out the Oscar Mayer Jalapeno Weiners...with mustard and onions and ...
Sunday, June 8th, Tony, Noel and I went hiking at Twin Arches Trail at Pickett State Park in Upper Middle Tennessee. This park has many great hiking trails and locations and this is one of my favorite. This is my second time here but Noel has never been here and I wanted to ...
... the country. The highest speed limit in the entire country is 55 mph....and that's okay. Few roads are safe for more than that. I don't think there's a guardrail in the entire country....and with only a fiberglass stick marking the boundary of a gravel road and a cliff......55 is good.
Geothermal- It's nice work if you can get it. All of Iceland's electricity, their hot water (no hot water heaters, it comes out of the ground hot), is geothermal. ...