RVery Best Nest

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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Chattanooga Camping World Campground, Chattanooga, TN.

                       Sunday 10/13/2013

After 4 nights in Black Bear Cove RV Resort in Benton, TN, we headed toward Chattanooga, 48 miles southwest.  Chattanooga sits in a valley as you can see, as we approach the city from the north.
There is a Scenic Viewing stop as you come from the north that has enough room for RV's, but we didn't stop, because we didn't see the sign until we were passing the stop.
Chattanooga has a population of 171,279 people. (We though there would be a lot more people, because of the high amount of traffic).
We decided to come to Chattanooga because the Camping World campground is just off I-75 less than a mile, and the price was right at $22 a night for full hook ups.
Camping World Campground sits between the store and the service center. We found the only spot in the campground with no trees above us. We were able to get a satellite signal, but if you can not, the park has free cable. The in roads are paved, but the sites are gravel.
The park has a fenced in playground next to the pool.
The pool was closed for the season.
We spent the week doing everyday ordinary stuff, thinking if we had time, we might do some site seeing, which never happened. Today I got Mallery bathed, but not trimmed (so still a little behind). Joe had time to go site seeing, but his wife was too busy doing lots of stuff all week. Joe cleaned the motor homes roof this week to keep himself busy.
We did run downtown to pick up some mail that we had sent to General Delivery in Chattanooga. We really didn't check out the town, because Joe wasn't really interested.
When we first arrived in Tennessee, I started to see Waffle House's. I really like Waffle House, so we went to dinner there one night since it was just minutes from Camping World.
I always get the "All Star" because for the $6.95 price, you get more than if you order a la cart.
Joe said, "It is more food than I can eat"! But I told him, just eat what you want and leave the rest. After trying to figure out what he wanted and for the price, he realized I was right and ordered the same thing. My girls got me started on the Waffle House down in Gulf Shores. We never managed to eat there last year, so when I saw them again this year, I made it a priority. We brought our own syrup, because once you get use to pure maple syrup, Aunt Jamima just doesn't cut it anymore. Today, we leave for Alabama, and will drive south to Alexander, which is southeast of Birmingham.

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