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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 ...
I' pretty sure my title may have given away what I am going to write today, but that's okay because who doesn't love a funny childhood story?!
Here's a little funny story about my two sisters and I. We weren't always looking for trouble, but when we where we made sure we had some fun while doing it.
Growing up, my sisters and I where always little trouble makers. We would always get into some sort of trouble. I remember one day my mom wanted us to help her with ...
... the walk was only wide enough for one person. The formations throughout are beautiful. Then you come to the 140 water fall. They have LED lights shining in the falls cavern which make it breathtakingly beautiful. They have names for some of the different formations and the guide explains them as you pass by them.
This is a absolute MUST SEE experience.
... Tennessee River Valley, and Cumberland
I stopped in Dayton, Tennessee on the route north, the location
of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial in which John Scopes was put on trial for
teaching evolution in a public school. This was an episode in American history
I remember well from AP history class. The judgment in the high publicity trial
was in favor of the prosecution and Scopes was convicted of the evil deed ...
... challenges the postwar of Germany’s consensus that ordinary citizens were powerless to Hitler’s anti-semantic rampage. George Zilver, a Jew who was married to a German, was an eyewitness of the protest on Rosenstrasse. He wrote on December of 1945, “The protest was a small torch that might have flared into a fire of general resistance, if the general public had taken note.” The general public ...