Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Exploring Chattanooga, Tennessee

It was unbearably hot all summer. Our boat A/C has been running non-stop since July. Coming into September, it finally cooled off. Some mornings and evenings were even a tad chilly. The afternoons still find temperatures in the high 80s. Such was the weather this past Labor Day weekend when a couple of friends came to visit. We showed them some of our Top 5 things to do in Chattanooga.

The Battle for Chattoonoga during the Civil War on Lookout Mountain
Chattanooga waterfront at dusk
Coolidge Park at night
The Tennessee River Gorge from Raccoon Mountain
Cruising on the Tennessee River

Frolicking on the Tennessee River
How was your Labor Day weekend?

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