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Land of the Noon Day Sun

The Nantahala River gorge, in Bryson City, North Carolina, winds its way through the most beautiful scenery one can possibly view during a whitewater paddle. Despite the roadside access during the entire 8 miles of this run, boaters enjoy breathtaking … Continue reading

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Thomas the Train

Thomas the steam engine made a visit to Chattanooga early this summer. Ian’s Grandpoppa wanted to take Ian for a ride behind one of his favorite engines. Truth be told, Ian actually prefers Percy most (because he’s green, you know), but … Continue reading

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The Most Magical Place on Earth

As 2015 faded into 2016, Interstate 75 faded from Tennessee into Georgia, and then into Florida. The Vols received a bowl bid to Tampa Bay’s Outback Bowl, which is conveniently within driving distance of both Orlando and the beach. Because … Continue reading

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Through the Chimney

A belated account of Kiser Christmas ’15 Continue reading

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See it Again!

Ian and I visited one of our favorite places again yesterday: Rock City.  We started the day with an early drive to Chattanooga (with Biscuit in tow; thanks Dottie!), to meet up with Ian’s Nana and Aunt Joy.  Our first … Continue reading

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Flirting with Spring

If you don’t like the weather in Tennessee, give it 10 minutes… it will change.  We’ve experienced some erratic weather this winter, but the nice days are finally starting to outnumber the dreary days.  Yesterday and today were both chilly, … Continue reading

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Hit the ground running!

While the calendar may mark the beginning of summer as June 21, anyone with children or involved in academics knows that summer actually starts when the spring semester ends.  Graduation fell on Ian’s birthday this year, allowing Ian’s birthday to … Continue reading

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