Chattanooga Nature Center

Webb of Science moves South

Summer turned out to be a little crazy ¬†at Webb of Science. My husband got a new job, and we’ve moved South to Chattanooga, Tennessee. So my blog needed to go on hiatus, and I’ll be shifting my focus a bit. Instead of hearing about New York City, you’re more likely to get a slice of Southern hospitality and a side of the Smoky Mountains. But as always, it will be my usual mix of science-y goodness.

We’ve been here just over a month. And, just in case you were wondering, Chattanooga is a pretty amazing place. We have the photos to prove it.

I still may sprinkle in a few bits from NYC that I didn’t manage to get in before we left. Please stay tuned!

Lookout Mountain

We saw Rock City!

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Rock formations in the caves at Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls, an 145 foot underground waterfall

Chattanooga Nature Center

Butterfly in a meadow at the Chattanooga Nature Center

red wolf

a red wolf at the Chattanooga Nature Center

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3 thoughts on “Webb of Science moves South”

    1. Thanks, Matt. Though I have to note that I have a “shady” past when it comes to SEC sports (I’m a Florida gal and a Gator fan, but I’m really nice. I promise). Maybe we can agree on “Go Mocs” for UTC?

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