Days Inn Harriman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Didn't have far to go from Knoxville to visit overnight with our South FL Corvette friends transplanted to TN. Dave and Linda took us on a trip thru the back roads thru the Cherohala Skyway and stopping at the Bald River Falls which was a beautiful area. We drove thru a lot of small towns Athens and Etowah and then a delicious meal at a local diner. It was good to see their piece of quiet paradise!!
Our build day started earlier than usual, at 7am, but the early wake up was totally worth it because it meant we got to get our work done before the heat hit and also got to spend the latter half of our day at Mary's friend's lake house and dock. The Maryville Habitat needed help on 3 almost complete houses, so we spent the day laying sod, painting base boards ...
Mileage 2,217; departed for Oklahoma City at 0705 (5 minutes late); 54° Had a decent breakfast at the Hampton Inn, Knoxville, TN. Gas & munch food stop in Fairview, TN. 11.11 gal; 3.299/gal; $36.66 Lunch was fiber bar, string cheese, & Reese's Nutrageous for Eric. Listened to & sang tunes from Sirius. Next fuel stop - Wheatley, ...
... own chariot these days. I must say it is a very nice car especially compared to some of the beaters they loan you at the marinas. Can you believe this car doesn't even need a key for the ignition! What will they think of next? My own car is ten years old and does not even have a connection for an IPOD so I am not used to such new fangled technology. I am terrified that I will accidently hit the electronic key while Bart is driving and shut down ...
Today was another beautiful day. It started out chilly and foggy but the sun quickly burned off the fog. Given the time change, we slept through most of the fog due to rising later in the day. We relaxed a bit, had breakfast and then headed downstream to the lock at Watt's Bar. I must say we locked in almost perfectly this time, due to Capt. Bart's precise steering and a perfect toss by the first mate onto the mooring posts. Once we left Watt's Bar lock, the trip was smooth ...