Perdido Key, Florida, October 2010

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Ashland City Greenway

Ashland City is north west of Nashville, TN, on Highway 12.

To get the location of the Greenway, do a Google MAP search for

Ashland City Bicentennial Greenway Trail, Chapmansboro Road, Ashland City, TN

Here’s some websites about it:

http://www.traillink.com/trail/cumberland-river-bicentennial-trail-.aspx

http://cumberlandrivertrail.org/

http://cumberlandrivertrail.org/history.htm

http://cumberlandrivertrail.org/map.htm

Here’s some picts I took in the fall of 2011, and also in August 2012

Harpeth River Canoe Trip 8/12/2012

The Harpeth River is west of Nashville.  The “Narrows of the Harpeth” is about 10 miles north of I-40.

To read about the Narrows of the Harpeth, go here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narrows_of_the_harpeth

http://tn.gov/environment/parks/HarpethRiver/

http://www.tnvacation.com/vendors/narrows_of_the_harpeth/

It took us about 5 hours to travel the 7 miles on Harpeth River.   In most places, the river was only about 2 ft deep.  There were a few areas were so shallow we had to walk over the creek bed and pull our canoes / kayak over the rocks.  But most times the river was flowing very slowly this day.

Here’s 80 Hawaii pictures, taken by family and friends.

Here’s LOTS of photos taken by family and friends.  I hope you enjoy them.

If you want to save any photo, while in the slideshow mode, click “Permalink” near the bottom right of your screen.  This will bring the photo up in a separate window. Then do “Save As” to save the picture.

Enjoy!

Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Central Tennessee. Trivia Question: Where does all the water go to? (read comments below)

All the water you see in these photos flows into the gorge, then eventually flows into a large pool of water about 200 feet wide, and into the mouth of a cave.  This is located in the bottom of the gorge in the vacinity of “Buzzard’s Roost”‘, which is on the nature auto trail in the park.  If you were at the pool of water, and climbed up, you’d be at the Buzzard’s Roost, which overlooks the Fall Creek Falls gorge.  If you want to save any photo in high resolution, while in the slideshow mode, click “Permalink” near the bottom right of your screen.  This will bring the photo up in a separate window, and you do “Save As” to save the picture.