On a sweeping bend of the Tennessee River, near the southern-most reaches of the Smoky Mountains, at the confluence of Interstates 75 and 24, just a few miles north of the Tennessee/Georgia border sits the lovely and welcoming town of Chattanooga – famous for the historic Choo-Choo, a spectacular tram ride up Lookout Mountain, the largest fresh water aquarium in the US, Ruby Falls, many magnificent gardens and being the historic home of the decadent Moon Pie. Chattanooga is also home to the only museum in the world dedicated to the common tow truck and the people who rescue us with them. And, that’s why we’re here this week.