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... room. Calhoun,Georgia is ~ 70 miles? North of Atlanta. Chose here because it's an easy drive into Atlanta tomorrow to visit Sanjiev and family ...it's been ??8-9 years since we were together in Palo Alto, California ....sad times then when his mother, Malkanti died. Looking forward to seeing the 3 kids now - they will be the true marker of time ...
... 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.
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 ...
Last night we had a warm welcome in Lafayette, GA from John's godmother, Karen, as well as Donna & Linda who arrived Saturday. John had a great time catching up and I enjoyed meeting Karen and her husband Terry. They have 28 acres and own/breed cows. For dinner we had some amazing Angus steak then just sat around and talked for a while.
This morning we got up, had breakfast and somehow ended up talking about ...
... a hole in the ceiling 1100ft below the mountain top. Nobody knows where the water comes from but they know its volume is rain-dependant. A couple years ago, it flooded after a torrential downpour. The 2ft diameter plume falls 145ft into a shallow pool and eventually trickles out to the Tennessee River. The cavern is about the shape of an up-side-down ice cream cone (60ft in diameter) and is accented by a choreographed oscillating light display and crescendo ...