A moment at midnight
This video was shot the first time Jack ever saw the ocean. It was Aug/Sept of 2010 and we just arrived at our condo in St. Augustine FL and Jack headed from the condo across the sand dunes to see the water for the first time.
It doesn’t get better than this…
Enjoyed a quick trip to C. Cheese in the boro…missed having Gerri with us.
So how did it snow in Tennessee with the temperature in the 60s?
Ask Jack… Gerri and Jack just added water and bam..it snowed.
Machine Falls trail is located in Tullahoma TN and part of the short springs natural area. This trail is about 2 miles with beautiful waterfalls and the trail is considered moderate by AllTrails.
The moderate temperature day made the hike in 70 deg weather very nice. We didn’t have to worry about snakes, ticks or horrible humidity.
The tornado that ripped through Tullahoma was very evident with down trees but some awesome people had already cleared the trails and there wasn’t anywhere that still had trees blocking the trail.
November 23, 2016, a fire started along the Chimney Tops 2. It would spread throughout Gatlinburg and become the worst fire in Tennessee of the last 100 years. It claimed 14 lives and over 2,000 homes and businesses.
As the devastation became apparent, Nashville-based photographer Jeremy Cowart had an idea to use his camera to bring healing and awareness to the region’s victims in a series.
Making a difference with pictures
December 14–20, Cowart and a volunteer crew photographed families on a white mattress contrasted by the dark rubble of their destroyed homes. Using a camera attached to a drone, they broadcast their stories and needs to the world. – “voices of Gatlinburg”
See the images and read their stories at Voices of Gatlinburg website