I am going to try to put the pictures in chronological order, but I didn't take many pictures on any of the days we were there, except for Wednesday because the campground really didn't have much to photograph. On Wednesday we went to Rock City which was one of, if not the, reason that we went to Chattanooga. It was breathtakingly beautiful and had so many cool and interesting features and rock formations. Let the photo overload begin:
Rock City had some of the coolest rock formations where God used erosion to create some really interesting formations. One of them was called Fat Man's Squeeze, where you had to squeeze between two rocks.
Gnomes were scattered around the trail everywhere. It was fun to try to spot them. We tried counting them, but there were so many that we lost track.
We were hiking, of a sort, so we were up higher than ground level, and there were some pretty cool drop-offs.
They had some pretty cutely named rocks. The first one is called Mushroom Rock, second is called Tortoise Shell Rock, and the third is called Balance Rock.
After crossing a swinging bridge, which actually wasn't as bad as I thought it would be (I have a fear of heights), we got to Lovers Leap. On Lovers Leap you could see the most amazing, stunning, breathtaking view. You could also see seven states which was super neat.
After that, we walked a bit and came to a cave. The cave was awesome! There were stalactites, stalagmites, crystals, coral, and rocks. There were also little fairytale scenes that were carved out of rock and painted. There was Cinderella, Snow White, The Old Woman and the Shoe, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and many more. At the very end of the cave there was a place called Mother Goose Village. Mother Goose Village was a lot like the fairytale scenes, except better and they were Mother Goose rhymes, instead of fairytales. It was so magical and fun. It's too magical to explain.
I couldn't get a lot of pictures because it was too dark. I wish that I could have gotten more pictures, but even if I could have, I would have never been able to capture all of the magic and beauty.
Rock City was so fun, breathtaking, and beautiful! I had so much fun there with my family and will definitely go again soon.
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