Travel Blogs from Hermitage, United States

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Sheriff Sends Us Out To Lake Pomme de Terre, Hermitage, United States travel blog

Sheriff Sends Us Out To Lake Pomme de Terre

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... town, we dropped by the stadium which consisted of two large manmade lakes where powerboats would speed around. We thought that Hermitage looked good for a night stop but after some searching around we could not find a good camp.  Unusually despite ...

Dear Ralph's guided tour, Hermitage, United States travel blog

Dear Ralph's guided tour

A travel blog entry by michaelwedgwood

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Ralph McLean knows his stuff when it comes to local history - his own local history, which is what counted for us this info-packed day. We started with a tour of sister Brenda's exquisite house, with mom Wilma. Then we saw where Abraham Lincoln was ...

Starting Point, Hermitage,, United States travel blog

Starting Point

A travel blog entry by the2bubbas

This is our starting ...

Countdown....., Hermitage,, United States travel blog

Countdown.....

A travel blog entry by the2bubbas

Well after watching all the TV footage of the IKE we are ready and raring to go! Heehee. No seriously it looks like we may hit some rain as it is now passing through northeast but hopefully nothing much. Looking forward to the ...

Home Sweet Home, Hermitage, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by the2bubbas

As predicted we did it all in one day. 14 or so hours. Wasn't too bad actually. It is funny that the only time on the trip that we had rain was the day we left home and the day we came back. How lucky is that? We were so glad to see the cats and ...

Andrew and Rachel Lived Here, Hermitage, United States travel blog

Andrew and Rachel Lived Here

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... . A tour of The Hermitage is a true walk back in time. It was the residence of Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, and his beloved wife Rachel. They are buried in the corner of her garden. Now a 600-acre estate, it was 1,000 ...

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