Inn at Walking Horse Farm
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... Grandma P, who passed away this past year. She was a performer and major supporter of the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus over the years. I am confident that it will be an amazing evening dedicated to an amazing woman. She was such an influence on Amanda and I am grateful for the time I was able to spend with her. I am looking forward to what I know will be a fitting and beautiful tribute to her life. After Milwaukee we head to Amanda's hometown near Lindstrom, ...
... fear death. When Jessica came outside she was behind a man who met up with the blonde haired woman and they made their way down the empty streets. Since the pancake run was early and we were able to get in and out we found the Hillsboro area still asleep. We took a walk towards Fido, a restaurant Taylor Swift recommended in an interview I read the week before. Patrons filled the window seats sipping on coffee and reading the Nashville newspaper. Finding the ...
... color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">After we ordered the drinks, both grabbed iced tea with lemon and I had my usual lime... She ordered a Sirloin and Grilled shrimp with lightly sauted fresh veggies zucchini and broccoli ..with garlic mashed potatoes..
... AWESOME!!! So thick and juicy. It had jalapenos stuffed between the hamburger patties with avocado slices and cheese..it was really good. The Tennessee Dawg, well it was different. The brat was really good, with a onion poppy seed bun with tomato slices, pickle slice and spicy green beans and deep fried onion ring strings on top with some sweet spicy banana pepper relish...it was different. I would not order it again, but it was not disgusting..just NOT for ...
... were dead wounded or missing.
Cranton plantation became the main field hospital and treated over 700 patients including 3 high ranking southern officers who died at the house.
The Plantation does still bear the scars internally of this treatment with blood stains on most of the floors.
Amazingly the family stayed throughout this and helped treat the soldiers until the final one left in July 1865, some three months after the war finished.....