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We were all up early on Monday morning, intending to get an early start out of Memphis headed for our overnight stop in Crossville, TN. Everything ran smoothly, until Chris tried to hitch up, only to discover a mechanical problem with his hitch. A long story short: we ended up making another drive to Mississippi (the closest Camping World location). Cindy, Steph and I wandered their lot (there was a new Montana on sale for a DEEP discount that ...
... Nashville today, but with two places along I-40 that had major road work going on (we probably lost around 10 minutes each) and then a major accident that closed the interstate and we sat for about 50 minutes, we couldn’t go any further.
Why does this sound ...
... mountain. They are the last house on the road. From their house you can see the roofs of two neighbors about a mile away. Otherwise all we saw was hawks and birds and mountains and trees. They have seen deer and bears and bobcats and raccoons and bunnies and all sorts of birds.
The house is beautiful. Susie designed it herself. I had seen photos of ...
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A dedication of the Standing Stone monument was held on Oct. 17, 1895. The crowd
... tour guide right behind them. Not my thing.
It was also hotter than hell. Granted it was unusually warm, and there were those pesky floods.......but you don't tend to run into either in the off season. High points of going in June vs. going in February or March: Eagle's Nest, the gorge hikes, and Grossglockner Alpine Road were open....and they are not open in the off season. So three of the things we enjoyed the most wouldn't even have ...