American Eagle Inn
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... Wilson, shortly after I announced I'd be embarking on this journey. His advice: Go to the Station Inn, get there early to get a seat and people watch. There is great music 7 nights a week. He was right! Although I did not get there early. I arrived around 9 for an 8pm show, and the joint was packed! Jack Pearson, a well renowned guitarist in Nashville, played with an amazing keyboarder and ...
... I didn't get a picture of one but I have more cool stuff. I wish I had more time in each place but if I stay too long then I won't be able to see more cool places. I forgot to mention one thing, a lot (not all) of drivers in the south are bad drivers. They weave and speed. Crazy but whatever. Next stop is close to Selma. Again, I'm sad and excited to move on. I will keep posting so keep checking in. Thanks. Bye ...
We went deep into Chattanooga today - 1,100' deep. We went into Ruby Falls, a massive cavern with one of the largest natural underground waterfall in the U.S. It was a long arduous underground walk but the kids did great - except Henry who decided to sleep while Dad and Mom carried him :). He woke up for the good parts. After the Falls, we went to Rock City which is an area with very cool trails that wind you through rock on the edge of ...
So we successfully made it to Chattanooga. Christian booked all of the hotels that we are staying at and chose a historic hotel downtown that is very old. We got into our room and it was hot and smelled musty. I got very crabby worrying about it bothering Ty's Asthma and my sinuses. Long story short we got our room switched and it's much better. We've now headed across the street to a 50 styles diner. We all need food! We are getting ...
... confused in the battle, and Thomas's brigades took the centre of the ridge, forcing the South to retreat toward Atlanta and one of the jewels of the South.
At the end of these two incursions, the North had employed 56,000 troops with 5,824 casualties and the South had used 44,000 troops and suffered 6,667 casualties.
This meant that in a couple of months in the Chattanooga area, 46,000 casualties had been ...