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... the beautiful day and the scenic Tennessee River. We saw wild turkeys, deer, blue herons & turtles along the river banks. The main course on the buffet okay; the turtle cheesecake, however, was delectable! But we weren't there for the food. We were there for the scenery! And we were not disappointed. This is a relaxing way to enjoy Chattanooga's piece of the Tennessee River.
Also going on that day was the largest rowing regatta in the U.S. ...
119 miles from Atlanta to Chattanooga. Our route from Atlanta to Nashville took us through Chattanooga. The big tourist attraction here is Lookout Mountain where you can do a variety of activities. We chose Ruby Falls, an underground waterfall. To get there you take a lift 260 feet down and then walk half a mile through a cave. As you walk through the cave you pass stalactites, stalagmites and various ...
KIDS CALLED AND WANTED US TO GO TO
LAKE WINNIE (FOR SHORT) AMUSEMENT PARK.
YES, OF COURSE, WE DID GO! I AM GLAD
WE DID BECAUSE IT WAS SO MUCH FUN.
THE AMUSEMENT PARK BROUGHT BACK
SO MANY MEMORIES OF AN AMUSEMENT
PARK OF YESTER-YEARS... JOY LAND IN
WICHITA, KANSAS. MY OLDER SISTER AND
I WOULD WALK TO THIS PARK FROM MY DAD'S
HOME ON MINNESOTA AVENUE, JUST A ...
I spent the day traveling highway 64 West from Hendersonville, North Carolina with Delaine from Ohio. We got lost a few times due to lack preparation so I want togo to bed early to try to prevent that from happening tomorrow. We had lots of twisty roads in the morning which were fun to ride and passed many gorgeous homes and resorts. In ...
... road. No local campsites and stealth spots can be time consuming. Decided to stay at a place called Brewstel. Sounds amazing: microbrewery/hostel. Unfortunately it turned out to be an ill attempt at a hostel. Felt like we were paying some dudes to crash in their appt for the night and they just happened to homebrew (nothing to currently offer though). Made a giant dinner.
Got word of a nice campsite and swimming hole at our next destination and found ourselves alone ...