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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 ...
... IT WAS FOR SURE THAT I KNEW I WAS
ALIVE WHEN EVERYTHING WITHIN ME WAS
THE KIDS AND US AGREED THAT GOING TO THIS
AMUSEMENT PARK BROUGHT BACK EVERYONE
OF US SOME CHILDHOOD MEMORIES. THANK YOU
FATHER FOR PUTTING UP WITH US AND LOVING US
ENOUGH TO ANSWER OUR PRAYERS FOR SAFETY!
WHAT A GREAT AND FUN TIME OF MAKING NEW
MEMORIES THIS DAY.
I spent the day traveling highway 64 West from Hendersonville, North Carolina with Delaine from Ohio. We got lost a few times due to lack preparation so I want togo to bed early to try to prevent that from happening tomorrow. We had lots of twisty roads in the morning which were fun to ride and passed many gorgeous homes and resorts. In ...
... tire ales, bon firing, and being flown around in his dad's airplane. It was sad to leave. I definitely miss Graham. We promised each other in NZ that we would summit Mt. Rainier together. Still happening.
Spent a hot day riding to our next campsite en route to Chattanooga. I had more bike issues. By the time we rolled into the campsite we planned to stay at, the doors were locked and the owner was nowhere to be found. We ran into Bruce, the co owner of a river ...