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Jul 25, 2013 - To Tim's Ford State Park, TN - Meet up with Dusti and family!

We planned to have a fairly short drive today so that we could make a Costco stop. We FILLED up and found the park after a few mis-directs by the GPS. Got settled in to relax and enjoy a few days of mild, beautiful weather....and starting tomorrow.....a great visit with Dusti (Donna), Mike, Seamus, Patrick, Max and Daley.

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Nov 9, 2008 - Whiskey, Tennessee Gold

We have spent the past week at Tims Ford State Park outside of Winchester and near Lynchburg, Tennessee. Tims Ford is a gem of a state park. The campground has spacious, paved sites with water and 30 amp electrical hook-ups. Four sites (one of which we occupied) also have sewer connections. The campground is heavily wooded and the trees were turning magnificent fall colors. Along with the campground, Tims Ford State Park has hiking and biking trails, a large lake with marina, a golf course (designed by Jack Nicholas) and a visitor’s center....

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Jul 23, 2006 - Cornersville to Monteagle, Tennessee

Mists of the Middle Kingdom As with Gaul, Tennessee is divided into three parts: West, Middle and East. The ride this morning was among the best we have encountered. With the morning sun rising several times as it appeared then disappeared in the mist laden sky; we rode east through very prosperous farming valleys. The mist hid the farm animals until we were almost next to them. The streams of mist flowed across the lower spots of land and the road. Our group was quiet. On a very early Sunday morning, it felt like we were in church, as we...

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Apr 4, 2006 - Manchester, Tennessee

Ray: We arrived at the Manchester, Tennessee KOA at about 1:00 PM Monday from Forsyth, Georgia. We left about 9:30 AM to get a start through Atlanta, Georgia. Storms had passed through this region and the weather was wet and windy. We decided to take the I-285 West Bypass around Atlanta. The traffic was surprisingly good and we were soon on to better driving, or so I thought. We hit the mountains of Tennessee about 11 to 12 o'clock. It was very hard driving as the winds were gusting against the side of the motorhome up to 35 mph. There...

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