La Quinta Inn Crossville
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... and at 15 dollars a night, a steal. I hope to stay there again.
Fellow travelers- We talked to other people in the RV parks. Most were from the pacific northwest, Montana, the Dakotas, and a surprisingly high number from Canada. All these places were very cold this winter and I can see how 68 and sunny of the desert southwest would be quite appealing. We saw people from all over, and most were there for the winter. We ...
... a temporary part of where we are, instead of merely voyeurs. Lunch with the locals on the side of a rural road in Scotland will stick with me years longer than that umpteenth church tour in some big city.
This trip will be no different. We plan on seeking different places out on the edges. We plan on going where most people don't get a chance to see or don't choose to experience. We're going to eat different foods, hang out with ...
... Plus it gave us practice finding our way when we get lost. We cruised by the Watt's Bar reactors. They are an impressive sight.
Probably the highlight of my day was seeing a couple of Sandhill Cranes tarrying on an island in the Hiwassee Wildlife Sanctuary. I understand it is unusual to see them so late in the year in this area. We did encounter some wind but our bimini was not down so we were not intimidated. We also had another good practice with anchoring in ...
... Nothing is within walking distance, The resort description of 'many amenities located just steps from your front door' should be changed to 'just miles from your front door'. On the upside, we had dinner in the local Country Club. Tonight was the Prime Rib special and it was really great.
Since there's not much else to write about today, I want to say just how much I LOVE our ...
... he said "thirty" but then he said "A dollar a piece" and even though I had four items I figured he just got the math wrong and was saying "three." I bought them.
Tonight we're staying at the McCoy Place (http://www.mccoyplace.com/newwelcome.h tm), a bed & breakfast located within the 79,000 acre Catoosa Wildlife Management Area. This place feels like it's in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility