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... the walk was only wide enough for one person. The formations throughout are beautiful. Then you come to the 140 water fall. They have LED lights shining in the falls cavern which make it breathtakingly beautiful. They have names for some of the different formations and the guide explains them as you pass by them.
This is a absolute MUST SEE experience.
The next day we set off to Chattanooga, TN where we were welcomed by a fellow tour guide to spend the night.I believe if it were not for fellow the Yellowstoners like our friend in TN, and the rest of the country for that matter, I do not think that this trip could have been possible. I am so grateful for everyone of my friends. Yellowstoner or not.
At this point in the trip Ible and I were trying to decide whether or not ...
... br> War to memorialize the battle and those who died in it in 1863, a very bloody
high-casualty battle that was a significant Confederate victory. Union troops,
however, were victorious several months later in storming Lookout Mountain high
above Chattanooga, a win which set the stage for the Union forces movement
towards Atlanta and across Georgia in 1864. Point Park on Lookout Mountain is a
spectacular viewpoint over the ...
... died, and there were many battles. We sort of rushed through this site, but this battle was an important battle because the Union wanted the fort because it was closer south and it would be easier to attack the Confederates. After we went here, we drove for four hours to South Carolina. The drive was very windy, and I felt really sick on it. We went to a Wal-Mart and slept there since it was very late and we would leave again early in the morning. ...
In the late summer and fall of 1863, Union and Confederate armies were locked in a desperate struggle for the city of Chattanooga. Two major battles were fought over a 9 week period. The battle of Chickauga, Sept 19-20, was a Confederate victory & one of the bloodiest with over 34,000 casualties over 4000 deaths.. On November 23-25, Union forces struck back at ...