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Old 10-27-2003, 11:34 AM
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Thumbs up Fall scenes from Southern Tennessee

Took a drive up to the hills over the weekend.
Lake Ocoee

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Schoolhouse on the Hiwasee River
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Old 10-27-2003, 11:36 AM
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Raccoon Mt. Tennessee River
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Old 10-27-2003, 11:38 AM
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The waterfall at Lookout Mt. Ga.
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Old 10-27-2003, 12:20 PM
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Nice weather, Cap'n......so, where'd you end up eatin'?
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Nice weather, Cap'n......so, where'd you end up eatin'?
There are a LOT of good restaurants in Chattanooga. We had lunch at the Boathouse on the river on Friday. www.boathousechattanooga.com Good food, reasonable prices and beautiful view of the river.. Saturday evening we went to the Northshore Grille at Coolige Park. www.northshoregrille.com Full course menu with a chef trained in Charleston. The front is a bar and was filled with football fans but the back porch was quite and had a good view of Coolige Park. Nice part of town and they have a pedestrian bridge over the river connecting the two 'art' districts.

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Old 10-27-2003, 12:56 PM
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White deer! Never seen a white one before!!
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Look at the weather you got...

...we are getting ready for winter.

Although this is a pic of last year, we already had the first snow in Austria, where my girlfriend lives.

Got a new set of Continental winter tires and they look impressiv!

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That looks like the sand on the beaches of the gulf of Mexico!
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We also visited a place called Ruby Falls. It's the tallest underground waterfall in the US. It's 1135 feet below the top of the mountain, you walk a quarter mile through a cavern about three feet wide and six feet tall. It opens into the falls chamber. 145 feet of waterfall. Pretty cool but I have claustrophobia so I had kind of a tough time in there.
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Here's a pic of the falls.
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