Red Roof PLUS+ & Suites Chattanooga - Downtown
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... Joe in Mark Twain's stories.. and had doubts she'd be able to reach the waterfall over 1/2 mile in the caverns. One and DONE! The pedestrian bridge was a snap after that walk. Such fun, followed by dinner at Uncle Larry's- great little spot, where Ed met Larry himself! The BEST fresh fried fish we have ever had! We are beat after that day- now, a well deserved rest in our ...
... our goldfish in the "pond". Ha-ha The next day when we went to check on the goldfish they were all dead except one. Being the little girls we were we made a little funeral for the fish near the pond. Eventually the last goldfish died and my mom was very curious where all of our goldfish had gone. When we told her she was just furious, yet understanding and we all just laughed it out.
Lesson learned: Always keep your goldfish in your goldfish bowl and in a cool place! :-)
... on his belly for 17 hours in this 2 foot by 4 foot pitch black hole that he ended up finding this water fall. He then took his wife(Ruby) with him to see it and she crawled it also (in a dress by the way) and he named the fall ruby falls. They dug out the tunnels which we walked through to get to the fall. We started the tour going down 250 feet in a ...
... on to Warner-Robins, GA where we planned to stay with Ible's parents. There were many things we could have done along the way, but we still were tired from not only D.C., but from the entire trip in general. The traveling and constant moving around from one place to the next (plus all of the stress that along with such a trip) began to take it's toll on us. So, reluctantly, we decided to push our way to GA, the next day.
... throughout the region (and elsewhere in America) preach so-called “Creation
Science”, an oxymoron if there ever was one, and there’s even a museum to
creationism in Kentucky, a place I’ve joked that I’d like to visit for some
good laughs some day in my travels across the country. America’s ignorant “bubocracy”
(to use H.L. Mencken’s term” remains alive and well in 2014.