Discussion in 'Football' started by GoGATech, Jan 15, 2019.
Headed to WH...what is the CGC order again?
Everything. All of it.
Good to get there before the church folk.
Breakfast before our exploration to eastern Tennessee was pork chops and eggs. Bowl of grits, coffee, and a large orange juice.
Dinner was eggs, sausage, raisin toast, and more grits.
Had to order w/o any assistance:
Vanilla Coke in a styrofoam To-Go Cup. Patty Melt. Hashbrowns, scattered smothered covered chunked. Side of bacon.
You should head to Fall Creek Falls if you have the time. Nice park. Tallest single drop waterfall east of the Mississippi. Several other nice waterfalls. About an hour north of Chattanooga. Easy drive. My favorite park
Where in Eastern Tennessee?
Looked it up. Bout a 1-1/2 hour drive. Gonna be rainy today, so probably not. Might go next weekend though, if they keep me here longer.
Staying in Athens. We went east through the mountains to Cherokee, then back north through Gatlinburg on the way back to the hotel.
Some pretty öööö around here.
Are you being held against your will? Don't hint you are letting your captors know. Give me the longitude and latitude and rescue will be arranged as soon as I fish my weaponry from the pond where it was all lost.
Actually, it's the other way around. They hired me for two weeks, and I'm trying to get them to commit to a longer term deal.
But feel free to bring some dry red wine and come on up.
Take a Post It note. Write a ridiculous amount on it. Turn note over. Slide it across the table. If they accept, take the Post It note, scratch out initial amount, write a ridiculous amount more on Post It note. Slide it across the table.
I would never lower myself to work for the amount anyone would willingly pay me.
That's the point. Eventually, they say no and you tell them to öööö off
Ahhh! I see.
Thanks for the tip on Fall Creek Falls, which somehow I was unfamiliar with. I take it the water is dam-controlled? Any idea when the best time to go is?
It's a big park. Summer can get packed, but not like Stone Mountain type packed. There is a lake with a dam. The tall fall is controlled by the dam, but since it is the signature waterfall of the park, they don't cut off the water. You can swim or wade pretty much anywhere you like. Just be careful, there have been deaths by falling in the last several years.
Flow is less in summer dry months. Good for wading and swimming, but I like the park all year.
Here is the view standing at the top of an 85 foot waterfall. You can wade down from the cascades falls near the nature center and stand on the edge during summer. It was summer so the current wasn't bad.
Here's another good pic of one of the bridges in the park over a creek. There are several of these.
wrong shade of water
I usually agree to whatever the guide demands. Then, when my group is familiar with the area we take his electronics, break his leg, and give him a 15 minute hobbling start. It's called the Most Dangerous Game, but I've never paid off the guide fees yet.
Interview with CGC on 11Alive Monday. Check out the end of the video: