Holiday Inn Express Hotel Ringgold
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....at last - back in my 'little house on the wheels'!!....my next favourite place after the cabin. Of course - it's raining!!...but 'warm' / 50-something F....and only down to the 40's tonight??..tbd.. Now the fun of sorting/ organizing - making this space functional. That's the best part of camping - you don't have to slep everything back and forth to ...
Started heading back from the Lost Sea adventure and decided we were close enough to slip over to see Ruby Falls at Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga . An hour and half drive later we arrived in the rain. But inside the caves going to the falls was absolutely beautiful and awesome.Its unreal to think that a guy in the sixties decided to crawl what ended up to be ...
Chattanooga is situated on the Tennessee River in east
Tennessee along the Georgia state line. During the Civil War it was of
strategic importance as a major railroad center in the South. Chattanooga and
Chickamauga Battlefield Park takes in some of the Civil War battlefields in
northern Georgia and the Chattanooga area that were part of the campaign.
Chickamauga was actually the first military park established after ...
... 6200008392334px;">It is Free to enjoy!!! So, I recommend you check it out also..it was located before Ringgold, Ga...so should be easy to find...
... the fish have lost 25% of their eyesight and 75% of their color. Scientific studies have determined that humans would lose their eyesight if they were without some form of light in 20days. We took a ride on a glass-bottomed boat, fed the fish and marveled at the experience. For thousands of years, this cave was occupied by Cherokee Indians and they’ve left plenty etchings and other reminders. Later on it was used by Confederate soldiers and moonshiners ...