Lakeview Inn Kingston
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Modem / Data Port
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... time around because I stubbed the **** out of my toes and am totally gimping around. How can something as small as two stubbed toes cause so much pain?
This is our last stop in Tennessee, and looking at a map now, we are nearing the end of being in the southern region of the country, and the beginning of adding another state sticker to the USA cut out on our window :) Have to go, its tic check time. ...
... all this is that no person in their right mind who drove 3000 miles on roads like this would ever contemplate a repeat trip. Starting tomorrow we will be back to the old ways. That’s for sure.
Despite spending the day in the alternate universe of the interstate bubble of ribbons of concrete punctuated by clusters of gas stations and fast food choices, we did pick up that we were in “Bible Belt” country. ...
... to Dad if the GPS breaks or we get lost. I know these skills will come in useful on our trip; just wait and see.
As you can see, I also found a little time to hang with a lady friend. Yeah, I know she's taller than me but, a fella can dream right. Besides, I like the long-legged ones <^|=|'
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Smell Ya Later,
... 16 pounds, At one point the guide turns out the lights and you find out what TOTAL DARK is, Its unreal just how dark that is. The are a few formations along the way and the walk back up is a little tough but we made it.(all the walks up and down around Yonah Mt, Campground helped). Would recomend doing this adventure ...
... Great Smokey Mountains so we left our car parked near Knoxville and piled in together again
The scenery here was breathtaking and we drove a partial loop until we stopped in an open field for a picnic lunch. Unfortunately we had a long drive ahead to our next destination so Robbie drove us back to the car and we headed off.
We really loved this part of Tennessee, my only regret is not being hungry enough to stop at one of the many roadside ...