Alpine Lodge & Suites
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... the photos don't do it justice. It is amazing. And the whole back of the house is windows looking out onto the view. Wow!!
We sat on the deck for awhile, then had dinner and spent a quiet evening visiting. Somehow we managed to not take a picture of Bob or the dogs Boston the boxer and Mike the Yorkie.
... Would anything less than dire necessity cause someone to do this hour after hour?
Interstates also operate as blinds, much like they put blinds on horses. First of all there are the many road cuts. In the interest of eliminating those pesky hills, the road builders cut right through the small hills. So naturally when driving in a road cut you only see walls of rock on either side. But more frequently, it is not road cuts, ...
... states, like soft drinks. I don't know what the big deal is with soft drinks out there and why they have such issues with them and have so many rules about them. You can buy medical marijuana and you can buy liquor for a good 20 percent less than back east due to low liquor taxes, but a 12 pack of cokes costs 3 times what it does in Tennessee. It's like having your own state appointed mommy to point out what you should and shouldn't eat. But ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Standing Stone Monument
The Standing Stone was a 13-foot (4.0 m)-tall rock that once stood upright on a sandstone ledge in the area. It was the legendary boundary between Cherokee and Shawnee territory and marked the Cherokee Tallonteeskee Trail. The ...
... collect things that are valuable. I collect bits and pieces of places I've been. Pins of sights we've been to, chips from poker rooms I've played in, photos, memories. Laurie collects rocks. Unlike many other collections...mine aren't worth much to anyone but me. But they're mine. I think Laurie's rocks are the same way.
Travel in general- Travel opens us up to the different...the new. We see and do things that are foreign to ...