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Apr 23, 2016 - Flea Markets and downtown Chattanooga

We went to the two Flea Markets near the campground and then drove into downtown Chattanooga. We walked around the Chattanooga Choo Choo terminal and had lunch at the Terminal Brew House. We visited the Tennesse Stillhouse and the Hutton and Smith Brewery.

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Apr 20, 2016 - Cabela's, Camping World and Walmart

We walked across the parking lot to the Camping World store to get some needed items for the trailer. We visited the recently opened Cabela's store that is just a few miles South of our campground and then went grocery shopping at Walmart. Tom spent the rest of the afternoon replacing the plugs on some of the heavy duty extension cords for the trailer.

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Apr 7, 2016 - Chattanooga Area Waterfalls

Thursday we headed towards Chattanooga for some more waterfalls. Our first stop was at Foster Falls in South Cumberland State Park. We first headed to the overlook with pretty good views of the waterfall. Then we got on Fiery Gizzard Trail and crossed the creek on a bridge upstream of the falls. There was another overlook on this side. The view of the main waterfall was poor but we could see another waterfall on a tributary from here. The trail then passed a campground and we turned off on the second Climber Access Spur and headed down the...

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Oct 19, 2015 - Monday Chattanooga TN

We decided to stay another day here in Cleveland Tennessee. The cool weather has traveled quite south to this area, it was in the mid 30’s this morning. We did travel to the local Camping World and bought a spare tire cover and smaller mat for outside the motorhome. We returned to the motorhome and Candy decided that she needed her Walmart fix, so off she went. After about 4 hours she returned and we settled in for the night.

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2015 Family Cruise

Oct 18, 2015 - Sunday Chattanooga TN

In 1819, the Cherokee Agency— the official liaison between the U.S. government and the Cherokee Nation— was moved to the Hiwassee area, a few miles north of what is now Cleveland. The Indian agent was Colonel Return J. Meigs. Charleston and Blythe's Ferry (about 15 miles, or 24 kilometers, west of Cleveland) would both figure prominently in the Cherokee Removal in the late 1830s. The legislative act that created Bradley County in 1836 authorized the establishment of a county seat, which was to be named "Cleveland" after Colonel Benjamin...

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2015 Family Cruise

Oct 17, 2015 - Saturday Chattanooga TN

We departed the I-75 RV Park at 9:30 am to get thru Atlanta early. Well it didn’t matter, traffic was backed up before we even got there. I was debating to drive straight thru or use the I-285 by-pass. As we approached the I-285 by-pass that decision was made for me, it was closed because of an accident on the ramp. We were stopped in traffic for about an hour but it finally got moving. Once you get pass the by-pass the traffic was moving, but there was a lot more traffic than I thought I would encounter on Saturday. After that drive we...

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Sep 24, 2015 - Chattanooga

Today, we left Creekwood Resort and let GPS route us to Chattanooga via the local back roads. Carol, Gary and I went through some beautiful areas of Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, and the Cherokee National Forest. Part of the route was very winding and steep, but Gary managed. Those air brakes are handy. We arrived in Chattanooga only to discover the Iron Man Marathon was in town! Raccoon Mountain Campground had one site available for one night only, so we took it. That's when the fun began--no not really. Gary maneuvered into our...

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Aug 7, 2015 - Chattanooga

For the first time we started driving in rain. Fortunately it wasn't coming done too hard but it's not pleasant having to prepare to leave the campsite and hook up the car to the RV. We rode through Nashville and the drive went smoothly. After about an hour the rain stopped and we drove through the mountains that one passes through to get to Chattanooga. There was some kind of incident that resulted in a traffic tie-up in Chattanooga. At 1:00 p.m. we arrived at our campground which is off exit 1 on I 75. We are now in the Eastern time zone...

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Jul 11, 2015 - Traveling to Chattanooga

We stayed our first night at L & D Campground in Forsyth, GA. It is a quiet little Campground about 2 miles off I-75. We drove to Marietta, GA on Saturday to my sister's home. Good to see her and Gil. My brother, Stanley, and wife Debbie were visiting from Bushnell. Also got to see nephew Steve, wife Cathy, and kids Kenny, Austin and Katie. We had a great lunch with awesome dessert. We left and drove to the Georgia-Tennessee line and stayed at Best Holiday Trav-L-Park. The campground is located on a Civil War battle field and the streets in...

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Apr 16, 2015 - Savannah, TN to Chattanooga, TN

4-16-15 Savannah, TN to Chattanooga, TN. Shiloh Battlefield It was 76 degrees at 7AM so looking like a fine day ahead. After breakfast at 8AM, I was off to visit the Shiloh Battlefield. Julie was not up to it so she laid low. The National Park Service has done an excellent job with this place. It is one of the best preserved historic sites in the country. There are certainly lots of beautiful monuments and an abundance of old artillery pieces scattered around the Military Park. The visitor center had a good museum and a short film on the...

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Nov 11, 2014 - Nashville, TN

Left Chattanooga on drove North to Nashville. Pretty trip. Got to the KOA Campground in Millersville, TN by noon. Had lunch and went for a bike ride at Whitehouse Greenway. The trees are still real pretty. The next Morning is Veterans Day. We head into the center of Nashville and watch the most amazing parade of Veterans. After the parade we go to lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe, and then for a tour on the green line bus around downtown Nashville. Our bus driver's name was Loretta Lynn, she was a real card.. She told us there's another bus...

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Perreault's Getaway

Nov 11, 2014 - Chattanooga, TN

Had another crazy curvy but beautiful trip through the Ocoee National Park. Stopped at the park for a little hike along the Ocoee River. And then drove on to Chattanooga. Stayed at the Holiday Trav-L-Park.We went for an awesome bike ride along the TN River that leads into downtown Chattanooga. It's one of the most beautiful bike trails we've ever been on. The next day we drove to the Incline Railway the most amazing 1 mile ride up the Mtn. at an incline of 72.7 percent, making it one of the most steepest passage railways in the world. We...

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Perreault's Getaway

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