La Quinta Inn Chattanooga
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... ourselves to many photo opportunities before the smell of burning fiberglass and creepy sounds in the shed hinted that the place might not be abandoned after all.
The next few hours flew by so fast. Steve kept himself entertained taking pictures of random drivers while we picked out neat looking places to stop. It was no surprise to find a wide variety of Duck Dynasty items and gross trucker food, but the people ...
After driving up from Lake City, we spent a great weekend with Jamie and Kristen. They made a turkey dinner for us with all the trimmings and we relaxed at their house on Saturday. On Sunday we drove out to the Chickamauga Battlefield National Park, watched a video and toured the park. Fun stop at the Sears Shoe Store (holy lots of shoes) then made our way home for turkey leftovers and margaritas. Early departure tomorrow am. We'll have to save "Captain Ron" for next ...
... around and took some more pictures.
On my return trip back to the west rim and my campsite I some how got off the trail. This ended up being one of the sketchiest hikes I ever did. Somehow, I got off on what looked to be either a game trail or an old hiking trail that had fallen into disuse. At the beginning, it was clear enough to look like it actually went somewhere so I followed it until it abruptly ended at a pretty steep drop off the face of the canyon. Apparently, ...
This would be my first hike of many hikes of the trip and it came about on absolute gorgeous day which was probably one of the warmest days of the trip. The day brought a pleasently cool morning with a temp in the upper fifties which gave way to bright sunshine and a high that topped out around 80. This felt great after spending another summer in the oppressing Florida heat!!
On this beautiful day, I decided to hike the ...
... fought in September of 1863 and signaled the end of a Union offensive in southeastern Tennessee and northwestern Georgia. The Confederate victory was exceptionally bloody and proved to have the second most casualties of any battle in the war, second only to Gettysburg. However, to the Confederacy this proved to be a hollow victory as the extreme loss of life and drop in army morale sealed the fate and eventual loss of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services