La Quinta Inn And Suites Knoxville Airport
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... many that visit the Grand Canyon. An awesome drive, unfortunately we were two weeks early to see full fall colours.
Dollywood was fantastic, didn't ride any of the amusement park rides as plenty to see and do with all the live theatre performances. Appears a different age group come here to Orlando's Universal Studios. Old and grey whom love country music.
... Georgia Lin. A running joke about mcdonalds started up. Adam said it wasnt until i pointed out there was so many McDonalds he never really noticed there was one basically every mile of the road. So each time we came to a McDonalds it would he a case of someone sayin "wow a mcdonalds, we should get one, iv not seen one of those the whole trip!" Also the M sign doesnt stand for McDonalds its stands for 'MURCA' It was late when we got to Nashville but we still wanted to meet Saskia for a ...
... hopefully it's clearer then. Another bear encounter here as well. Mama and yearling cub about 100 ft. away. Most yearlings are on their own by June so we had a clingy mom or a reluctant-to-leave child but they hung around for about 10 minutes. I have now visited all 48 lower states and have only Biscayne Nat. Park in Miami left to visit. Sooo ...
... So we went back to the welcome center where we were escorted through large doors marked "private" into an inviting den decorated with overstuffed leather chairs and glass cases of Jack Daniels memorabilia and items sent from JD admirers. We were told that "Goose" would be right with us. Goose was a larger version of Ron and walked with a cane. He had been with JD for 38 years as a tester and ambassador to the public. I felt ...
... Oh well nobody's perfect. We share so many interests and they've always been there for us when we needed them. The thought of not seeing them again is heartbreaking. I can only hope they'll want to visit Alaska sometime. To the Averys I say "Thank you for being a ...