Holiday Inn Express Manchester
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Well another dry day yippee. We left Chattanooga on the Interstate 24 ( they are long tree lined corridors, you do not see the country side ) leaving the 24 we joined state road 50, a much nicer route. Whilst driving to Lynchburg we crossed the time line, so now we are 6 hours behind you all. Arriving at The Jack Daniel Distillery, our tour was about an hour and half. More dates and information. Now was it 1836 or 1856! We have run out room in our ...
... the way we hit some pretty high winds and eventually a torrential downpour that didn't last long but, provided the most beautiful rainbow ever (see photo:) Before we entered the campground we needed to go under a bridge that was only 11Ft., problem is the RV is 12'10...so we sat there in the middle of the road pondering what to do. Finally, we realized that there was a sandbar to the left that had been dug out and appeared to be the way to get under it. No ...
... around the age of 10, his father decided it was time for his son to learn a trade.
With only a scant, but well-grounded basic education, Jasper was hired out to the local Lutheran Minister, who also ran a dry goods store in Lynchburg, TN. In those days, the local store was more than a market. It provided families with everything they needed to run a farm, a business, or a home.
The store keeper had to often be an individual of ...
... and then you walk out the water rock floor (shelve) you are on top of the third fall drop off..so it is actually like one very spread out waterfall with three levels and we were on the second level.
... climb down a little tricky in a couple areas. The water here was very deep. I'm not sure if anyone swims here.
This trail was still part of the white trail. There were four trails: white, red, yellow and green. The red trail was the longest and it went river side in a loop. It was the most strenuous trail of all the trails but it wasn't very strenuous. It lead up to Backbone Ridge for a while and the descent seemed more sharp than the ascent. At ...