Inn of Knoxville
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... floods and devastation. A lot has happened while we've been away but we have been proud of the way our state has rebounded and are moving forward.
We're excited to be getting home tomorrow. We’ve been very fortunate through all our travels and have enjoyed sharing our adventures with our friends and family. We’re glad I wrote the blog because it’s already hard to remember some of the names of places we’ve been!
A long day of travel but I made it! Knoxville through Chicago to Newark. I waited about an hour for Claudia to arrive but then we scouted about the airport and shared a pizza for dinner. The restaurant had bubble lights which made us think of Carolyn building her house! Plane boarding and departure were on time and we were flying across the Atlantic. I slept a little though I do not do well sleeping on planes. About 9 hours later we arrived ...
... on our list of towns to visit but talk about shock factor. We were in have beauty and serenity of the Great Smokey mountains, enjoying the peace, stillness and quiet expecting to come down into a small, sleepy hollow. Nothing could be further from the truth! As we exit the mountains, and we come down hone mountain, we are confronted by a strip that could be likened to mini Las Vegas. Lights, amusement parks, diners - both sides of ...
... during this trip and it too was very moving... especially the end of mass (more about that during the trip) and again I thought~ I AM coming back here and I AM hiking "the Way". I think Monsignor Al tired of all my questions~ lol~ but I'm thankful to He and Sister for planting the seed.
Now a few years have gone by.........the dream is still in my head...my friend Linda said she would like to go also... things were happening ...
We ended up stopping for the night at
Glasgow Walmart which is only half an hour to the Cave we want to
tour tomorrow. Not the best nights sleep, a 30 year old man was using
the nearly empty Walmart carpark as his personal race track. He had a
large radio controlled jeep that he was driving at like 70kms and it
made a charming roar as it raced around. Headed to sleep once that
stopped around 11pm. Ah, the joys of camping at Walmart!