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Travel Blogs from Shelbyville
... a plane but we'll see!
I got most of my packing finished yesterday and tonight I am just finished up packing carry-on bag since I'm adding thing I use everyday into that bag.
This will definitely be a new experience for me.
... the falls. Now a navigation lock, a hydro station and a dam has been constructed. It is interesting the falls play a key roll in history.
Gen George Rogers Clark used to falls to plan his attacks on the British. William Clark [Lewis and Clark] recruited and trained the corps before starting the expedition from the Falls of the Ohio. President Lincoln wanted Kentucky on the Union side to control the key rail and boat traffic ...
... the traffic slowed to a crawl. It took us about an hour in the Pigeon Jam to get through Pigeon Forge - we figured that everyone was checking out of their hotels and hitting the road.
As we got to I-40 headed for Knoxville the traffic got lighter but the rain kept going. We got delayed so much that we stopped for lunch a few miles north of Knoxville - and the rain was coming ...
... last minute like I normally do. I guess we'll see how this packing thing goes over the next two weeks.
I still have not heard anything back about staying for second semester yet. I am still placed but not confirmed. Feels like they are taking forever! I would love to have the placed and confirmed status before leaving!
The c21 is quite the place. Fancy. Modern. A bit too much for me although I did not find it to be. Over-the-top. Meal was good at Proof. Earlier in the day, we stopped at the Buffalo Trace Distillery, makers of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon. Big place. Expensive. There was one line that we manual for the filling to the ...