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... an iron clad gun battleship that sank in the Yazoo river and has been raised and restored. Now THAT was a sight to see! Never seen anything like it or even heard of these boats before.
Extremely impressive park. So well done, beautifully maintained. These Americans really honour their dead and they know how to create good displays.
By the time we had enjoyed the park, we really had to pedal to the metal to get to our hotel ...
... road taking you past all the monuments to the various regiments (both Union and Concerted) that fought here. The hills and dales and bluffs clearly show why the Confederate defences (always on the high ground) were so successful for so long.
The guide took us through the history of the siege and the battles fought, as well as describing the monuments within the Park. I would have liked longer in the Park and to have been ...
... January 26, Panama City Beach
Sini woke up alive and kicking. After a terrible Sunday, she’s feeling 100% better. There were a few things we were looking for to outfit the motorhome so we hopped in the Jimmy and headed to Camping World, Target, and a few other big box stores. We’ve been looking for a special type of end table for our new recliner and a new coffee maker. I managed to break our existing carafe and it is a specific size and ...
... mile on to a very
picturesque, if gross lake. We hung out in the shade, just relaxing
after our first day on the trail.
Tonight we are just relaxing, having
dinner and going to sleep. We plan on having rice with Creole
Jambalaya seasoning mix, carrots, pinto beans, and at Seb's request,
baby corn. I don't think the food is ever going to be dull.
So far our goals for the trip are as
Seb: Be able to consecutively hit ...
... were only able to hire one kind and the guy suggested the putter disc. This meant that the frisbee basically wouldn't go very far very fast and given that the holes were each 250 - 300 feet long and in a forest this made things very difficult! Hannah was not a natural, throwing the frisbee backwards once or twice, and into the trees several times! Rob however picked it up well and even managed a par on a couple of the holes, one of which involved a final shot "from ...