Country Hearth Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... Only about ½ of 1 percent of checked bags fail to show up at the baggage carousel. Within five days almost 98 percent of the delayed bags have made their way home. During the next three months, through a comprehensive baggage tracing process conducted by the airlines, over half of the remaining bags are reunited with their owners.
A surprisingly small fraction of a percent of passenger bags checked each ...
Cassie flew in from Palm Beach, but didn't get to Atlanta until late at night
We went to eat dinner in the city
Got lost trying to find our car - Scary!
Ended up getting Steak and Shake
Drove to Cloudland Canyon and went camping with Alicia and Matt
Beautiful mountains and views!
Hiked down the canyon to the waterfalls
Went swimming in the waterfalls
So cold but ...
First day of our trip and pinching ourselves. Will be traveling with our longtime friends Ben and Maureen Judkins for the next couple of months. Spent this afternoon exploring bicycle trails and hiking to see the two waterfalls in the park. Took Molly on the hike with us and she loved swimming in the waterfall pool. We would have loved to join her but were not allowed. Heading to Cave City, TN ...
... Museum this afternoon.
Nearby is the Willstown Cemetery which is where Cherokee Indians were buried after the mission had started. I'm guessing that the missionaries in this area were Scottish, given the names of the American Indians. There used to be gravestones, but they were all made of natural biodegradable material, so not here now.
Headed for town centre and discovered they had a railroad museum, yep that was shut too.
... walks on the edge of the canyon and trips through the forest. There were several areas where you could leave the trail and go post up on big rocks right at the edge of the canyon. The views were stunning. Check out the pictures below even though my ****** camera doesn't do the park justice. The trail takes you to the southern edge of the canyon which affords sweeping views of the homes and farms below. It then turned back and looped back through the woods to my campground.