Travel Blogs from Knoxville
I haven't mentioned yet, but before working as wardrobe on tour, I was in the Army. In Special Operations, as a Psychological Operations Specialist. In my PSYOP training at Ft. Bragg, NC, I met Michelle Barlow. We, of course, simply called her Barlow... no first names in the Army!
Barlow had moved from Columbus, OH to Knoxville, TN a while …
... something that
takes your fancy, from classic carrot cake, to Oreo cheesecake and tempting
cupcakes. Opt for one of the downstairs tables if you want to enjoy the buzz of
the cafe or head up the spiral staircase to the mezzanine level for quieter
Prices start from around £3.75 for a slice of
cake and £2.25 for a herbal tea infusion
... distinct lack of cowboy boots, but Scott is sporting a cowboy-ish hat at least.
Right after starting up we fueled up the bus at bit. The tank can hold a total of 275 Gallons (1040 L), but we only put ...
... North Caroline side - the Newfound Gap Road. Given our late start and Frank and Caroline's limited mobility we took it easy today, confining our sightseeing to driving the Cade's Cove Loop, which was convenient since we were camping at Cade's Cove. Cade's Cove is an interesting and beautiful area. It is a lush and relatively flat valley plain in the western part of the Tennessee portion of the park. The Cade's Cove area was first settled in the 1820's and had as ...
... hollow where the barrel houses store millions of litres of alcohol which becomes JD. We watched as they burnt down the sugared white oak and turned it into charcoal, where the JD is dripped through it (ten feet thick) and changes from bourbon to whisky. We were allowed to take photos outside but nothing inside.
We were baking in our leathers so took these off, threw the jackets on the bikes and rode out in cooler ...