Hampton Inn Ringgold-Ft. Oglethorpe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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8:00 am........43 dgrees......67703 gas at S. Pittsberg, TN.....(1.95 pr gallon).....25.85 on visa. mail checks to Lonnie Anderson for overnight guarantee.....19.99 cash (from Rossville [Chattanooga]). Potty, coffee and cinnamelts at Calhoun, GA.....2.33 cash Adcock Pecans stop for peanuts and other things.......80.95 on visa. Cocktails before supper at Logans.....13.76 on visa Supper at Logan Roadhouse.....63.26 Overnight at Comfort Inn in Tifton, ...
... sink as the bath was too big, and everyone was in good spirits. Now that we are awake, had a good breakfast from the hotel, we are on the road to our final destination. Hutchinson Island Florida!! The skies are blue and the mountains are high! We cannot wait to finally be on vacation!!!! Bring on another 9 hour drive!! Mood: even more excited than before Brenna's status: precious sleeping ...
... 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 ...
... throughout the region (and elsewhere in America) preach so-called “Creation
Science”, an oxymoron if there ever was one, and there’s even a museum to
creationism in Kentucky, a place I’ve joked that I’d like to visit for some
good laughs some day in my travels across the country. America’s ignorant “bubocracy”
(to use H.L. Mencken’s term” remains alive and well in 2014.
... the fish have lost 25% of their eyesight and 75% of their color. Scientific studies have determined that humans would lose their eyesight if they were without some form of light in 20days. We took a ride on a glass-bottomed boat, fed the fish and marveled at the experience. For thousands of years, this cave was occupied by Cherokee Indians and they’ve left plenty etchings and other reminders. Later on it was used by Confederate soldiers and moonshiners ...