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A full day in Chattanooga-so impressed with Rock City, a mile high in the sky! Beautiful gardens and grounds among natural rock formations! Incline tram was next- thrilling steep ride to the top of Lookout Mountain. Lastly, Ruby Falls. Did not know it was a walk threaded through caverns 200- 1,000 feet under ground to see the 145 foot waterfall in the caverns. Ann felt ...
... our goldfish in the "pond". Ha-ha The next day when we went to check on the goldfish they were all dead except one. Being the little girls we were we made a little funeral for the fish near the pond. Eventually the last goldfish died and my mom was very curious where all of our goldfish had gone. When we told her she was just furious, yet understanding and we all just laughed it out.
Lesson learned: Always keep your goldfish in your goldfish bowl and in a cool place! :-)
... on his belly for 17 hours in this 2 foot by 4 foot pitch black hole that he ended up finding this water fall. He then took his wife(Ruby) with him to see it and she crawled it also (in a dress by the way) and he named the fall ruby falls. They dug out the tunnels which we walked through to get to the fall. We started the tour going down 250 feet in a ...
Chattanooga is situated on the Tennessee River in east
Tennessee along the Georgia state line. During the Civil War it was of
strategic importance as a major railroad center in the South. Chattanooga and
Chickamauga Battlefield Park takes in some of the Civil War battlefields in
northern Georgia and the Chattanooga area that were part of the campaign.
Chickamauga was actually the first military park established after ...
... We are looking forward to this part of the trip because it is so very beautiful.
Chattanooga is a fun city but very small. Two days was more than enough to see the downtown area and sample some of the restaurants. But, one could stay many days just traveling all of the trails and bike paths. We look forward to seeing Chattanooga again when we return.