We Found Serenity, Scenery and Sasquatch Walking the Tennessee River Trail in Chattanooga
When we set out for a morning walk along the Tennessee River in Chattanooga, we fully expected to enjoy lots of scenery. After all, parts of the nearby river gorge are well-known for their stone walls and colorful leaves. And we could have anticipated that we would walk parts of our journey in solitude and serenity, though portions of the path turned out to be busier than expected on a Thursday morning. But we had no idea we would run into sasquatch, or that we'd walk a set Chattanooga switchbacks that would put San Francisco's Lombard Street to shame. Plus, we learned more about Chattanooga's relationship with its Native American past and still had time to stop at our favorite treat location before finishing our five-mile loop. We capture that and more in a three-minute video of our journey. For more, follow DeanLand on Newsbreak, visit OurTravelCafe.com, and check out the Our Travel Cafe channel on YouTube.
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Welcome to OurTravelCafe.com. I'm DeanLand, a trained journalist and retired global marketing executive. Living in Northwest Georgia, I write about about avocations including outdoors, travel, exploration, history, food and community passions. I've traveled to 47 states and nearly as many countries. My French Cajun upbringing in Louisiana plus my extended restaurant-related career affirm my status as an over-qualified eater. At my blog, OurTravelCafe.com, I offer a complete menu of our my own experiences, explorations and adventures, organized by geography and always sprinkled with some spicy, tasty tidbits and food notes.