S: Tennessee Honeymoon
FC: our sweet retreat
1: Our Honeymoon Across Tennessee Oct 12-18, 2009
2: Day 1-Serenity
3: Our Amazing View
4: Hiking-Day 2
5: Looking for the falls, we got lost at Sugarland Trails... after 4 miles uphill, we turned around and headed home before dusk.
6: Day 3- Cades Cove and Roaring Fork Auto Trail. Too wet to hike, but a great day to view the auto trails.
7: The deer ran freely, the scenic stops were perfect for photo ops and the falls were gorgeous.
8: No Pain, No Gain
9: Day 4-One last hike | Grotto Falls
10: Evenings in Gatlinburg | Strolls down the strip, friendly competitions, and warming by the fire.
11: Welcome to Orange Country | Headed to Nashville, we took a quick stop at Knoxville to share lunch with Sarah. | T
12: A night in Nashville
14: Day 5- We took a lazy morning with breakfast in bed, then walked the strip and grabbed lunch at "The Stage"
16: The Peabody
17: Keyed access to the 12th floor. A heavenly bed to sleep on. Private concierge, Turn down service and Breakfast in bed. Amazing views and all just around the corner from Beale Street. The experience of a lifetime.
19: Day 6- No honeymoon could be complete without some good racing.! A cold and windy day at Memphis Motorspeedway. We kept each other warm and had a great afternoon. | Gearhead Love | LSX Masterpieces | Crazy Backfires
21: ""Tell everyone Mr. King's in town, I got a dollar and quarter just rarin' to clown. But don't let nobody play me cheap, I got fifty cents more that I'm gonna keep. So let the good times roll." -B.B. King | B.B. Kings Club on Beale Street
23: "When the eve'nin' sun goes down, you'll find me hangin' around. Because the night life, it ain't no good life but it's my life. Yeah, listen to the blues. -B.B. King | Great music & memories
24: The Peabody with Mimi | Beautiful View!
25: Even the kids were able to enjoy the great views of The Peabody. Mimi and Sarah delivered our surprise and took the kids to see the duck sanctuary. | Aunt Sarah too! | Mimi's boys!
27: Enjoy the little things for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. - Robert Brault | ew Beginnings