DoubleTree by Hilton Oak Ridge - Knoxville
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... hills, auburn leaves and some stunning mountain peaks.
Once arriving at the farm we hopped onto the back of tractor trailer and were towed around the fields, weaving between livestock, hay bails and pumpkins. We chose the pumpkin from the field and hopped back aboard.
We were all tired so headed home for an early night.
The following day was sunny and cool, perfect picnic weather. The guys wanted to show us their favourite part ...
We went to Sweetwater to see our best friends, Kayla, Paul and their daughter Lydia. They have been my friends since the early 1990's. We have hung out as much over the years as possible and have met at least annually to watch the Daytona 500 even they root for ...
Spent the day saying goodbye to the Great Smoky Mountains. Drove all the way to Cherokee for a wonderful lunch and then came back and drove through Cade's Cove. Just as we were entering a buck deer crossed right in front of us. So beautiful. Saw a total of 3 bucks. Even saw a bear!! It ...
Well it's the first day being temporarily unemployed. Feels weird knowing I won't be going back to the hospital to work. Got a lot accomplished. My passport arrived finally. We got the hitch installed and the trailer reserved. We got to spend the morning with sweet friends and their 12 horses and numerous cats. Had a blast feeding carrots and apples to the horses. I'm sure going to miss these wonderful ...
... of sites to see so we hopped on the trolley and rode the entire route across town, down to the Tennessee River and back downtown. We got off the Trolley and walked to Market Square which was started in 1854 as a pedestrian market for farmers and their produce and others to sell their wares. During the Civil War the Union Army used the Market House as a barracks and artillery storage. Walked around then headed back to get the ...