The Generals' Quarters
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After leaving Tupelo on Saturday morning I spent the rest of the morning at Brice's Crossroads National Battlefield, which was fairly well-preserved (certainly compared to Tupelo) and very interesting to me since it is probably the best-known of Nathan Bedford Forrest's victories. It was a little confusing because the various parts of the battlefield are not always adjoining but the battle as a whole was laid out very well. Then I made my way ...
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USB Charging outlets
wide foot pegs
Marks additional alterations:
installed a dino jet kit.
involved drill out holes in airbox, changing air filter for K&N type.
removed air box snorkel
increase main jet and needle
unfortunately it does not appear to have made any significant improvement,
... be highly unlikely that the conditions improved at any point today. Albeit upset, we headed in for breakfast and within minutes, the morale had lifted again. We decided to take roster pics of the group, which was quite hilarious as we all tried to keep our intimidation faces on for the picture. After breakfast, the leaders worked out a plan with the community to have buses arranged to take us to our next location in Adamsville. Since we weren't sure what time it would ...
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The town saw two battles. One immediately after Shiloh as the Union eventually laid siege when the Southerners escaped by duping the North. The Southern troops replaced cannon with tree trunks painted and shaped and then escaped over two days.
The second battle in October, 1826, saw a Southern army of 24,000 defeated after two days intense fighting by a Union army of 23,000 who were in fortifications.
However, the aftermath of Shiloh ...
... was 30 miles further downstream, that it was getting late and we did not know this lake. We felt lucky and just knew everything would work out. We both looked at each other and said,"Go for it!", completely ignoring a pack we had made a while back to never travel in the dark if we did not have to. This pack was the result of some very bad experiences. But, did I say we were feeling cocky? So, onward we cruised.
BIG MISTAKE. At about 4pm and 20 miles from ...