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Fahren und Essen
We had a gas: Some dashes on the I-roads, a great stop at Chattanooga Audi where they have a nice new clean shop with all the right stuff. We ogled the showroom floors and sat in all the eye-candy that rolls.
From there we struck out cross-country on US-41 all the way up past Nickajack Dam. From here we climbed Monteagle Pass at a good clip (than you coolant system: never saw temps above 96*C while clipping along at WayTooFast).
Cooling off at top of the Pass:
We dropped back down off Monteagle using US-41, with a nice stretch of twisties that would make the Tail of The Dragon proud!
German food in Manchester, with food prepared by Franz (former sidecar racer who once had a fun match with Walter Rorhl) and his family. And they made Splenda-laced Streudel and Black Forest Tart for your truly!
Old Stone Fort park provided a fabulous pic setting, and we enjoyed the shade!
It was a full day; we got home at 7:30 or so, 350 miles, and miles of smiles to remember!
Thanks to new guys Chris (Quattrophrenia in an onyx A6), Greg (Manchester local), Mike and Tracey (came all the way from Knoxville), and to all the usual suspects in Cherokee. Special thanks to Daniella, Franz and family at Gasthaus German Restaurant in Manchester TN!