Thursday, October 1, 2009


Oct. 1 2009---At mile 78.1 on the Tenneessee River are remains of an old railroad bridge.

Just past the bridge on the upstream side is an interesting old building. According to Fred Myers in his fifth edition book, The Tennessee River, this building was used for shipping grain before Kentucky Dam was built.

At mile 96.0 entrance to Pebble Isle Marina is clearly marked with red & green buoys. The Marina is on Trace Creek about 1 mile off the river channel.

Gathered with a group AGLCA members for an evening of boating stories. America's Great Loop Cruisers' Association is well renowned. Many of the boaters have completed the 6500 mile journey commonly known as the "Great Loop".
We enjoyed a good time with them at dinner.
Several boats were tied at the transient dock.

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