Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... of all places -- and 4 more new ones today. We briefly debated whether only tags on cars count, or whether she can count those on the big semi rigs as well, and decided we need to consult with league officials on this one (what say you, Karl?)
Our main destination was Stones River National Battlefield Park, site of one of the lesser known but possibly quite important Union victories during the Civil War. Lincoln used the victory as ...
Well we could hardly pass up the opportunity to check out the distillery on our way down to Huntsville, Alabama. This is the only place in the world that makes Jack Daniel and what I didn't realise, apart from quite a few things that we learned on the tour, was that there are a number of different whiskeys distilled under the label of Jack ...
Story to follow So here is the story of the big cedar bucket. It was on Roadside America and seemed like a sight we needed to see. We drove to the address, which was in a park, and couldn't find the damm thing. We looked high and low walking the entire park. Finally as we were leaving another car pulled into he lot. We asked and the lady says it right over there behind the restrooms. Walked over and sure enough there it was. Not Worth The Stop! But an adventure for ...
... line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Noel purchased a few postcards for us and grabbed some park literature. We started our hike by jumping out about 5 large deers and Sammy went haywire...she is a small nervous dog and very protective so she thought we were being invaded...lol !!! We walked about a mile out the trail and then decided to cut over the mountain side following a well path down to the waters edge to a the base of a lovely waterfall. Here, Noel and I ...
... I used the rocks. I didn't think the ladder was 100% trustworthy. We didn't climb down this time; Jake's not the most adventuresome kid.
We continued walking along the river. There's a trail "topside" if you prefer not being so close to the river. The second set of falls we came to was not listed on the map and I can not remember if we came to this set of falls before or after we came upon the stone fort. They weren't very big height-wise, but ...