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Jinx & Wayne

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Any time we're in the Knoxville area, we make it a point to visit the McClung Museum of Natural History at the University of Tennessee. Always something new on display. Admission is free, but there is no parking for larger RV's nearby.


2001 GBM Landau 34' Class A
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2011 Toyota RAV4 4WD/Remco pump
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We spent a day exploring downtown Knoxville, went up in the Sunsphere.  Breath taking views from up there!  Walked through World's Fair Park, beautiful......  Enjoyed a nice lunch at a food court type thing very near, that was great as well!  Knoxville is a beautiful area to explore, enjoy!!




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