This year the Pollard Family Vacation was about as last minute as can be. Cullen wanted to go to the beach, his parents didn't. I love national parks and seeing sights so we settled on Chattanooga.
The grandparents ventured up on their own Friday morning and we joined them Friday night at dinner. We ate a great barbecue place called Sticky Fingers.
The next morning we headed to be the first in line at the Incline Railway. Jett is still hung up on trains so we made the steep route up to Lookout Mountain.
We left there and headed to Rock City. I LOVED it. Jett loved the Shake Shake Bridge but I adored the tight squeezes.
From Rock City we headed to Ruby Falls. It took the longest to see but it was worth the wait. It was spectacular. Jett was such a trooper moving through the passage way getting to the waterfall.
We ate lunch after leaving Ruby Falls at a place called MoJo's Burritos and then headed to the Tennessee Aquarium. Jett touched sting rays and snacks like a champ.
With only a 20 minute nap in the car we headed to the Chattanooga Choo Choo. Jett loved the cow catcher on the front, but after he toured the engine he was DONE!
That night we tried a place called the Maple Biscuit company that Jett managed to sleep through and after we were fed we called it a day and hit the hay. We woke up super early the next morning for breakfast at a place called Milk and Honey then headed to the Children's Museum. Jett loved it. He dug for dinosaur bones for a long while and enjoyed the indoor playground too.