The Secret Bed and Breakfast Lodge
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We're hitting the road again today. We will be heading towards New Orleans to see the sights. Eboney has read a few books that mention the Lafayette cemetery so that will be one of the sights. Although we are driving, this is going to be a great Father's Day. I couldn't ask for anything more. This trip, and being with my family make it all worth it. Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there including my own Jack, Jodi's dad Al, and stepfather ...
... after the Civil War as many northern investors looked for mining opportunities in the South. There is an opera house!!
What has become more obvious the more I drive in the South, is how much an impact losing the war had on their economy.. It devastated many thriving towns. Fredericksburg population took over 100 years to reach pre war levels. Memphis survived due to cotton and then was devastated by the ML King assassination as many businesses left. ...
Oh, my word! What a glorious day after a cold, damp, dark one.The temperature today reached the mid seventies. It was perfect weather to be in a marina and take a long walk. The neighborhood around the marina is lovely. Most of the homes have kept their trees, making it seem as if one was in a state park. So I walked the entire neighborhood, looking at homes, docks, fall foliage and the lake. It gave me plenty of time to ponder the odd sign I saw in the ...
... for it when she told me.
We got up fairly early and ate a leisurely breakfast before tackling Nickajack. The weather was excellent after the fog burned off and when the sun came out it was very pleasant indeed. We were just around the corner from Nickajack Dam so we were into the chamber almost immediately. The lock master was very young, social and pleasant, spending a good deal of time admiring our boat and asking ...
... along the way, including one where I found a home-made book with wood covers titled "Indian Patrol." This book was made by a kid in the mid-fifties and included some newspaper clippings from a Chattanooga newspaper. The guy I bought it from was an old picker with all kinds of junk, who goes to all kinds of places, including old coal mines, looking for stuff he can sell.
In Cloudland, Georgia there was a small sign that read ...