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... soon as I saw my car roll up the smell of rotting ass filled the garage. We are still not sure whether it was a rotting carcass in a nearby truck or actually the dude's ass that was producing that smell, but I do know from now on my car will only be resting in well ventilated areas of her choosing.
Driving through the rest of Tennessee and into Arkansas tomorrow. I still can't even believe we're doing this.
After driving up from Lake City, we spent a great weekend with Jamie and Kristen. They made a turkey dinner for us with all the trimmings and we relaxed at their house on Saturday. On Sunday we drove out to the Chickamauga Battlefield National Park, watched a video and toured the park. Fun stop at the Sears Shoe Store (holy lots of shoes) then made our way home for turkey leftovers and margaritas. Early departure tomorrow am. We'll have to save "Captain Ron" for next ...
... both the East and West Rims. I camped on the West Rim and I would advise anyone that goes to do the same. The campsites are much more spread out and secluded then the east side and the West Rim Loop Trail is located on this side.
After setting up my camp, I immediately charged this trail. It would again prove to be a great hike on a gorgeous day with sunny skies and a temperature that topped out in the low 80's. The five mile loop trail was moderately strenuous and ...
... Mountain at a 72 degree grade which is almost straight up. I wasn't sure if our dad had taken us on this when we were younger on one of our summer road trips. It seemed familiar, however, my brother Daniel had a pretty severe fear of heights when he was younger and the steepness of this climb seemed like it would scare the **** out of him. It even gave me butterflies on the way to the top and I rarely have a serious issue with ...
... fought in September of 1863 and signaled the end of a Union offensive in southeastern Tennessee and northwestern Georgia. The Confederate victory was exceptionally bloody and proved to have the second most casualties of any battle in the war, second only to Gettysburg. However, to the Confederacy this proved to be a hollow victory as the extreme loss of life and drop in army morale sealed the fate and eventual loss of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center