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camping trip

Adventure is out there...and we found it in Chattanooga at Raccoon Mountain Caverns and Campground over the weekend. 
Had so much fun tent camping, cooking over the campfire, exploring a cave, stolling along the Riverwalk in Chatt, and fishing in the river. 
Full weekend, but an awesome one!






the boys' tent
outside Raccoon Caverns
the reflection pool inside Raccoon Caverns
the beauty of crisp fall mornings
my favorite color of mums
Riverwalk just below Boathouse Rotisserie and Raw (great food!)
fishing the river
biggest catch of the day
urban waterfall







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  1. That looks like a lot of fun! Awesome pictures!

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  2. Great family bonding, great shots too.

    Mommy & Me post at my page, hope you can visit, thanks!.

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  3. Wonderful family bonding and fun adventure. and they caught a fish, thats awesome

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  4. I am a bit jealous of the fall fun! We had to settle for a parking lot full of pumpkins. ; )

    It looks like y'all had a wonderful time!

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  5. wow! fun camping trip and your pics turned out great!! :) we love camping over here!

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  6. What a beautiful place! And last weekend was a great weekend to go camping. Looks like you had a blast.

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  7. How fun! My husband and I both love to camp - I can't wait to take our daughter one day!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog :) I'm following you.

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