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We arrived in Manchester, Tennessee and found the Old Stone Fort campground/park. We traveled deep into the woods and had a whole loop to ourselves since all the Labor Day campers had left. The site was above the river and to level it they had made a thick asphalt pad. It was so thick, ...
... hot day we spend a lot of time swimming until it got cooler at sun set. There where no Mosquito’s there so a great evening around a fire was had. After another stop at Wal Mart the next night we arrived at Lorettas place on Wednesday evening. Lots of things have changed since we where here three month ago. There is a big Spar pool in the making a new shed for all the equipment and pumps and a lot of forest being cleared for a double garage next spring. Time passes ...
... Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Today was a gorgeous Sunday...I worked yesterday so I was still a little tired but I knew I needed to hike and I knew I needed to stay close to Nashville due to money...tight budget the weekend before payday..so I chose going to Manchester to Old Stone Fort State Park...Easy to find right the I-24 ..just follow the brown signs..Easy to find..
... br> When the pioneers settled in Warren County, they brought their religion. The Church at Shiloh was one of the first congregations to organize along the Methodist doctrine here. Others followed soon after, and it was not long before a Bible group was assembling at the Court House in McMinnville. Oddly enough, there were few church buildings erected at this time even though the Baptists and Church of Christ congregations were ...
There is also the motorcycle wave, which is to remove the left hand from the handle bars and lower the arm, palm facing the on-coming rider in about the seven o'clock position until the pass has been completed.
Stay tuned for more observations as time goes buy. I'd like to thank Keli, Joe and Deborah for their assistance in preparing some of the details associated with this specific blog entry.