Courtyard By Marriott Dalton
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... that makes sense I guess. Next on our agenda is a stop in Ruby Falls which is a tour into a limestone cave. The usual array of limestone features that one finds in every limestone cave across the world except that at the end of the walk into the cave there is this absolutely beautiful 100ft waterfall. Apparently they do not know where the water comes from except that the clue is that when there is a drought, the water is only a trickle though it has ...
... for the kids to play in. The
adults got in too and it wasn't crowded at the time we were there.
Plus it was so hot everyone dried quickly. That was a fun 90 minutes
and a break in the rushing around and driving routine that is part of
every day here in USA.
Drove to Calhoun GA from there and
settled at another Walmart. Less hot today so hoping the exhaustion
from lack of sleep will help us all settle tonight.
... to find! Anyone want to look up shows on The West End and make a suggestion? I have been re reading Keith Johnstone's book, "Impro" and i asked Mr. Ray if i could join theatresports some over the next couple weeks to warm up for the workshop. FUN! Pip, pip and cheerio! Talk to you ...
... took Stewart and I to see the progress on the cemetery. I guess it was fitting to stop by and see Steve. We plan to meet Ashley and company just west of Nashville tomorrow. The next two days are lots of very long drives. It feels so good to be underway! There are so many people to thank because without them, this would never have been possible. Too many to mention but I am full of ...
... walk to the Chattanooga Distillery. This distillery originally was the first legal distillery in Tennessee. Established 100 years ago, it was closed down upon the introduction of Prohibition in 1920. When prohibition finally ended, they did start distilling again, but it had to be from Indiana. Their local Hamilton County did not allow the production of liquor despite the rescinded prohibition laws. The industry kept lobbying ...