Many times over, we travel around this great nation in search of that expected end to a fun-filled extravaganza with family, friends and the like. While planning our long or short get-a-ways, we sometimes leave no room for exploration.
Stop for a moment and think of how you've explored in the past and what wonders you've taken in.
Ruby Falls; one of those places where exploration has opened the eyes of thousands of visitors each year and continues to bring thoughts of amazement in the hearts and minds of those who have visited her. This great wonder located in our nation's Smokey Mountains region is host to a natural underground waterfall in Chattanooga, Tennessee at Lookout Mountain.
Here's a link to it's history: http://www.rubyfalls.com/pages/History/
Whether you're flying away to some exotic island this spring or venturing off to a long mapped-out road-trip; Ruby Falls is one of those places not to be missed.
Enjoy 1 of God's great wonders!
& see ya there.
"From the start of the tour, you're given an expertly analyzed description of the history of the falls, as well as the different stalactites and helictites you'll be viewing while there. As you explore the cave, your anticipation begins to heighten as you begin to hear the rumbling, in the distance, of a force not created by man."
"After about a 10 - 20 minute tour; depending on the question & answer sessions, you're enter an area in full agaze, heart thumping in excitement as you're now in an area darkened, only to hear the loud, strong boisterous announcement....Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls..."Ruby Falls!"
What happens next is yours to find out.
...also check-out: http://www.halltravelandassociates.com/blog/2011/02/25/The-Great-Smokey-Mountains.aspx?alt_id=6K26T-JA738-8J3&ts=634972249625853016 by B. Hall (My Mom)