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... most likely deviate from the planned route. However, much to my bitter disappointment we will not be diverting to Chattanooga to ride the incline. Oh well, a reason to comeback to Tennessee someday.
... cool. Then we left to find a camping site. We found a really nice one near the river. Before we got out of the car two little frogs hopped in to our car! Then they hopped on my dad so he got to set them free. When we arrived at our campsite we set up our site and made dinner. That chicken and rice was delicious! We then left to Oconaluftee Visitor ...
... He is as far as I know, the only President to be buried on the grounds of their State Capital.
I first saw a state to Alvin C. York as I approached the Capital. He has special meaning to me and my family...more on that later. And of course, there is a statue of Andrew Jackson...much more on him later. The Polk grave is a nice, quaint marble structure which houses Polk and the body of his wife, Sarah. Nothing ostentatious...plain, simple ...
... Venezuela, Colombia & Peru. We got to share a glimpse about our time in Panama (as they longed to be there). Thank you Steve & Diane for making this stop so sweet.
It was now time to leave Hapeville and be on our way to the Smokies. We encountered a very rainy drive as we passed Savannah's College of Art and Design (Atlanta Campus) and thought about our friend Vince (who is a grad). The rain got stronger and it did ...
Leaving our new and firm friends from NC.
i can't name you all but thank you to everyone we met and who shared your homes, food, water and time.
What a wonderful state and area you have. You all have great friends in each other.
Thank you so much for everything.
To Keith and Glenn especially who went out of your way to make us ...
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