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... our goldfish in the "pond". Ha-ha The next day when we went to check on the goldfish they were all dead except one. Being the little girls we were we made a little funeral for the fish near the pond. Eventually the last goldfish died and my mom was very curious where all of our goldfish had gone. When we told her she was just furious, yet understanding and we all just laughed it out.
Lesson learned: Always keep your goldfish in your goldfish bowl and in a cool place! :-)
... the walk was only wide enough for one person. The formations throughout are beautiful. Then you come to the 140 water fall. They have LED lights shining in the falls cavern which make it breathtakingly beautiful. They have names for some of the different formations and the guide explains them as you pass by them.
This is a absolute MUST SEE experience.
The next day we set off to Chattanooga, TN where we were welcomed by a fellow tour guide to spend the night.I believe if it were not for fellow the Yellowstoners like our friend in TN, and the rest of the country for that matter, I do not think that this trip could have been possible. I am so grateful for everyone of my friends. Yellowstoner or not.
At this point in the trip Ible and I were trying to decide whether or not ...
... br> War to memorialize the battle and those who died in it in 1863, a very bloody
high-casualty battle that was a significant Confederate victory. Union troops,
however, were victorious several months later in storming Lookout Mountain high
above Chattanooga, a win which set the stage for the Union forces movement
towards Atlanta and across Georgia in 1864. Point Park on Lookout Mountain is a
spectacular viewpoint over the ...
... Barrel” restaurant. We were surprised that grits is a porridge-like concoction made out of cornmeal that you eat it with butter and salt or sugar on it. Jim said he wouldn’t order it again but he ate my portion, anyways. The biscuits are about the same as the baking powder biscuits my mom used to make so I enjoyed mine with butter and syrup. The gravy is a cream sauce with a hickory smoke flavor. Neither of us liked it. Later in the day we tried ...