Saturday we spent all day at a car show in shelbyville, tn where we won 1 st place in our class. We then started driving home after the show. We only made it to bowling green ky and we couldn’t find a hotel because they were all sold out. Luckily, we eventually found one and for cheap. Then we looked for a tire shop and we found a lot bit they were all closed for the night and not open on Sunday. We needed a place to put a tire on a rim for us for a spare because we were already using one of the spares because a big chunk of rubber had come off of it. The next morning my dad put on one Of the spares but we still needed to have another spare just in case. Luckily Walmart was open on Sunday and they were able to do it for us. After we started our drive towards home stopping at Mammoth cave. Sadly after the cave it started snowing the entire way home we were caught in the eye of the storm. It was so bad our headlights were covered with snow, we couldn’t see the road, cars were spinning out everywhere! Because it was stressing me out so much I had to finally put my jacket on over my face and go to sleep. We finally made it home and I don’t know how my dad did it but I was so happy to be out of the car, out of the snow and get little pebbles.
We woke up first thing and drove to Coker Tire (the brand of white wall tires on the caddy) in Chattanooga, Tennessee. When we arrived we expected a to take a tour of a tire factory, but that was not the case. In fact it was not even a factory, merely a museum containing some of the CEO of Coker tires cars. Next we went towards international towing and recovery. After, we drove to rock city which had a beautiful view of 7 states! For lunch we ate at a new restaurant off the highway, it had a very interesting buffet. Later, we headed towards Lynchburg, tn for jack Daniels distillery. We were able to see how it’s actually made, it was awesome. Even though my dad and I are not big drinkers we were fascinated with all the processes that we were able to see and highly recommend this attraction. Finally, we made it to shelbyville, TN where there is a car show tomorrow.
We started at the world of coca cola in Atlanta. We were a bit disappointed with it. They catered to kids a bit too much and we expected to tour a bottling plant/ factory but there was none except one they made only for visitors. After we headed to the restaurant that Fried Green Tomatoes was filmed at. We ate a delicious lunch and are now heading towards the rock city gardens in northern Georgia.