Holiday Inn Express & Suites Kimball
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... the beautiful day and the scenic Tennessee River. We saw wild turkeys, deer, blue herons & turtles along the river banks. The main course on the buffet okay; the turtle cheesecake, however, was delectable! But we weren't there for the food. We were there for the scenery! And we were not disappointed. This is a relaxing way to enjoy Chattanooga's piece of the Tennessee River.
Also going on that day was the largest rowing regatta in the U.S. ...
... like dragons foot, steak and potatoes and leaning tower. By the time you get to the waterfall you are over 1100 feet below the Earth because the mountain climbs so much. I was a bit anxious about spending over an hour in the cave, enclosed but Alan really wanted to do it so I manned up and I'm so glad I did. The waterfall was amazing, 145 feet tall. It was so strange seeing something like ...
... SON GOES TO OUR INDIAN FESTIVAL!! A DEAL
IS A DEAL AND I VENTURED OUTSIDE MYSELF
INTO THAT TWILIGHT ZONE UNTIL THE
REALIZATION THAT THE RIDE I JUST RODE WAS
OVER BEFORE REALITY SET BACK IN. TRULY
AMAZING, I MUST ADMIT.
THE BEST PART OF THE TRIP WAS TO SEE THE
SMILES ON ALL OF OUR FACES. HUBBY RODE
THE ROLLER COASTER WHEN HE WOULD NOT
RIDE SOME OF THE OTHERS... ...
... we travelled along a river full of white water rafters and then a lake. Very pretty and a route I would recommend but you have to take I 24 part way through Chattanooga to cut over to route 64West or you end up on a very scenic tour of downtown and the Acquarium which was worth a look for a amazing sculpture and a waterfall ...
... me over pretty quick. It's a big climbing spot as well as a hub for other outdoorsy things. We were greeted by plenty of dogs, a bar, a coffee shop, and a bike shop all next to each other.
The following day was short but took us across the PA border into West Virginia! The state border came up on a big downhill and opened up to some amazing countryside. The sun made everything seem quite welcoming. Found a campsite run by a man named Ralph who offered to drive us ...