Lover’s Leap offers a great lookout spot from Lookout Mountain at Rock City in Chattanooga, Tennessee, as several people gather on the lookout to check out the view.
After 23,000 miles (just 1,000 miles or so short of a full trip around the world), two hemispheres (are there any more?
Before we went to the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, I didn’t know what to expect the buildings to look like.
This steam locomotive at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee, once belonged to the Central of Georgia Railroad.
Laura stands near Lover’s Leap at Rock City in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Of all of the different marine life that we saw at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, my favorite to photograph were the jellyfish.
While Ruby Falls itself is a waterfall deep underground in Chattanooga, Tennessee, its entrance is a tall stone tower rising high from Lookout Mountain.
Here is a new video with scenes of our visit to Chattanooga, Tennessee, with Jaylin and his 6th grade class.
One of our stops on Jaylin’s 6th grade class trip to Chattanooga was the Tennessee Valley Railroad, a “moving museum” of trains.
One of the features found at Rock City in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is Lover’s Leap, a high cliff overlooking the valley below.