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Old 07-10-2016, 08:27 PM   #11
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Incline Railway. Here we are just making it to the top in one car. If you follow the trail down you can see the other car wayyyyyy down there.
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Actually saw this Frankenstein at one of our stops. Notice the propane line...
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There will be more pics when we get home. I've got a few cool drone pics to upload.. Thanks for looking.
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There will be more pics when we get home. I've got a few cool drone pics to upload.. Thanks for looking.
Next time you go you should see Rock City and Ruby Falls. Then go to the Lost Sea.
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Man thanks for sharing your photos, makes me want to go there soon!

I'll definitely be checking out the Smoky Bear Campground! I see they have a 5* rating from Trailer Life and since I'm also a Good Sam member, I should get a discount?
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We made our way to Chattanooga this morning. Staying at the Holiday Travel Park. It's actually located in Georgia. I will say it's a great park. You're surrounded by the city, but you really can't tell it. It's a big park. The pool and facilities are nice. The staff is friendly. The spots are big. Quiet hour is enforced. Lots are big and reasonably level. Not concrete. Sights are not really that far apart but ok. Plenty of trees. Dog run. It's actually on a Civil War battlefield. All of the streets are so named. There's even a small trail to a monument. Too cool.

We are only here for a day, to my disappointment now that I'm here. We made our way to lookout mountain. Way too cool. If you go, go to the incline railroad. Look it up. Takes you to the top of a mountain where you can overlook the whole area. There's even a place called Rock City where you can see seven states from there. You have to drive to that tho. We didn't have time to go to that. From the train you can go to a 3D battlefields museum and a Peak Point park on the very tip of the mountain where you can see everything. Well worth it. You can even hike down from there if you want.

Unfortunately we are leaving tomorrow for Vicksburg then back home to Texas. We are traveling through Dallas. On that note, I'm dreading traveling through that mess right now, but ready to get home to the safety of my rifle safe. I feel certain the fellas that died on this ground that I'm camping on in my spoilt lifestyle are surely ashamed of the way things are turning out. I've had several people checking my license plate or ID for beer purchases tell me they are sorry for the Texas drama. I'm thankful there are such people still out there.
A men that those boys would be ashamed of our actions, to think of all the men and women who have died for our country and how we are disrespecting it!
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