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... and as he was about to retire, he was more than willing to get into the shots. He also warned us about snakes, particularly water moccasins which are deadly.
Back onto the road for the ride to Vicksburg - we stopped for fuel at a place called Onward whose claim to fame is the Theodore Roosevelt went there on a hunt and refused to shoot a bear, hence the nickname Teddy. The shop was full of all sorts of interesting ...
... and Jackson, the capital city. This caused the confederate army West to Vicksburg where Grant & Sherman attacked with frontal assaults that resulted in heavy losses to the Union armies.
Finally, Grant realized he couldn't win climbing earthen fortresses, out match the artillery guns of the rebel army, so he decided to lay siege to the city for 47 days. Confederate forces had ...
... with Dad and Bapa. They had a great time looking at all the cars and sitting in the Packard. Ken gave them each a Packard Hat, they were so excited. Matthew especially enjoyed it...he said "Bapa you and I could do this next year, I'll drive and you can navigate". Matt says that he would love to do this with his grandson...but that IF he ever does this again, He is going to drive! The ...
... items found with the ship. That was fascinating! Toothbrush holders, boots and shoe polish, a sailors scarf still knotted, very mundane things that we would use today only these were over 150 years old.
We picked up some dry rub barbecue and went back to the trailer. I looked up the Duck Dynasty store in Monroe, Louisiana and Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. Hugh and kids went swimming and did ...
... he biked too far and turned around. We then went to
the little town of Port Gibson to stop for lunch. The town motto is
“Too beautiful to burn” because when the Northern generals were
burning through the south in the Civil War on of them decided that
Port Gibson really was too beautiful to burn.
We stopped at the Piggly Wiggly to
shop for the next 24 hours worth of meals. We then took our food to a
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