Views:754|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:45Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Thought we were late for the first Sunday mass (9AM Eastern Time), but turned out we were an hour early. LOL. Oh well, it was good then. Was able to take some videos and photos of the beautiful church.
Saints Peter and Paul Basilica is a historic Roman Catholic church at 214 E. 8th Street in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It was founded in January 1852. It was raised to a minor basilica by Pope Benedict XVI and inaugurated by Bishop Richard Stika of the Diocese of Knoxville on October 22, 2011.
Views:376|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:46Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 State legislators granted the Tennessee Department of Correction a one year extension to the organization to grant time for two CoreCivic facilities to fix problems found by a state comptroller audit.
Views:458|Rating:4.80|View Time:13:10Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:1 Correction: Viewed from Cottontown, Tennessee at Birdwell’s Chapel Church of Christ.
At a certain point, we thought we were SOL without eclipse glasses but we managed to find a hardware store that had some left. It turned out that everyone and their cousin brought an extra pair and that it wasn’t such a big deal after all. There was even one person there selling them for $5 and we paid $7 🙁
It’s hard to describe the eclipse without being there. There was a lot of excitement leading up to it and it did not disappoint. When the moon began covering the sun all the birds stopped chirping and it was so quiet. Then we started to hear the crickets and the street lights came on. Our photos definitely don’t do it justice and unfortunately, we were ill equipped to photograph the event. Nevertheless, we did what we could to provide a little snapshot of the eclipse.
The most striking part of it was the sliver of sun visible around the moon and the beautiful wisps of solar radiation. We were also able to see a planet. There were cars and trucks driving by. People just going about their day. We almost wanted to stop them and say, “The moon is eclipsing the sun, you really need to pay attention to this!”.
The next one will be in our neck of the woods in 2024 and we will be in the opposite position that we were in for this one. Instead of being hosted, we will be hosting eclipse watchers in Montreal! Like Dori said though, who knows where we will be at that time. Europe, Asia, South America….who knows?
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Not only can we access the approximately 80 Thousand Trails campgrounds at no extra cost, but we also have access to 107 Encore properties. Only 18 of the Encore properties are premium properties and cost an additional $20/night.
It fits our current lifestyle because we are trying to see as much of the U.S. and Canada as possible this winter. Maybe next year we will try something different but for now, it works well. We estimate that we are paying about $5/night based on the above membership. If you like you can check out the link below to get an additional rebate.
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Views:70303|Rating:4.86|View Time:4:50Minutes|Likes:571|Dislikes:16 Tennessee: it isn’t all Elvis and the Grand Ole Opry (though those things are pretty awesome). There are more than a few creepy places and weird stories in this southern state. Here are 5 of my favorite haunted places in Tennessee.
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Views:1506|Rating:5.00|View Time:11:3Minutes|Likes:27|Dislikes:0 I went with the intention to ride WHITE OAK RIDGE which is a black (advanced) trail in Collegedale, TN and it was so chunky the whole ridge! A lot of fun, but the trail definitely humbled me! Gave me good insight of what I need to work on to become a better rider.
White Oak Mountain at Southern Adventist University have a large variety of trails and I think it totals up to be about 30miles if you rode every trail. Good green trails, couple blue downhill runs and the black trails really give you a challenge.
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