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Tennessee Memories

2010-09-05

tl;dr: I used to live in Oak Ridge. Conasauga Falls was a nice distraction. More VanCam!

Another day, another boring 8 hours of driving.

I stopped off in Oak Ridge TN, because I used to live there for all of a month or two when I was in the 4th grade. I tracked down the school I went to and the house we lived in. Either that or I took voyeuristic photos of some random home. I've lived in so many places I sometimes find myself visiting houses from my past and marveling at how small they are.

I visited Conasauga Falls based on little more than a road sign saying "Conasauga Falls 3 miles ->". Three miles and then another mile hike. I enjoyed the hike, but many other visitors were a little put off by the climbing. Leaving the parking area I once again turned on VanCam.

Turn down your speakers.


whose house is this?


Me at Conasauga Falls


good morning Tennessee!


lookout off Old Highway 68

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