Elwood Jackson walks in a serpentine section of the wooden bridge that comprises part of the South Chickamauga Creel Greenway in near-freezing temperatures. Jackson, who calls the greenway "beautiful," says he walks nearly three miles every day, "unless it's raining." The city of Chattanooga is considering a smoking ban on the greenway.
Elwood Jackson walks in a serpentine section of the wooden bridge that comprises part of the South Chickamauga Creel Greenway in near-freezing temperatures. Jackson, who calls the greenway "beautiful," says he walks nearly three miles every day, "unless it's raining." The city of Chattanooga is considering a smoking ban on the greenway.
Photo by Tracey Trumbull .
published Sunday, November 20th, 2011
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Signs adorn South Chickamauga Greenway, telling users park rules and how far they've walked. But the Chattanooga City Council is looking at putting another sign on the trail: "Thank you for not smoking."

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