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... for me!
Tomorrow night we travel to Chattanooga, approximately 100 miles away. This will be our shortest distance covered in a day since the start of the trip. I just realized I have no idea what time it is. My computer says 8:24. My phone reads 11:24 and the clock in the bedroom says 10:24. Breakfast is at 8:30. I hope I don't miss it.
Total miles driven: 1451.
... t quite work out. Three months after leaving office while touring in New Orleans, Polk came down with cholera and died. The date was June 15, 1849. He was immediately buried in New Orleans along with the other cholera victims to prevent the spread of the disease.
Polk was eventually moved to "Polk Place" where he rested for forty-two years. When his wife Sarah died, ...
... for. There were flowers and trees, birds and butterflies, nests, snails, spiders and all kinds of interesting outdoor fun! We enjoyed the company and had such a great time although our stay was way too short... as Sarah put it ...next time we need to come for at least a week. Thank you for opening your home to us so warmly.
From Crossville we drove to Spring Hill TN to visit our friends Tom and Sheila Jones and to meet their little Ozzie. Jacob ...
... re probably the most amazing thing you can see in Europe. If you're in that part of the world, there's absolutely no reason you should pass them by.
Wandering off the beaten track/tourist traps and crowds- In the cities, the further you get from the touristy places, the people get nicer, the food gets better, and everything costs less. In Prague for instance, the people in the tourist areas weren't very nice and were not very happy to see ...
... so we are starting to take disaster planning seriously.
By the way, went in to Kentucky for about 50 miles. So that is another state ticked off.
We left Tennessee though a tunnel and emerged in Kentucky and I promise you the first thing we saw was a drive thru Kentucky Fried Chicken. I wanted to go in but Bill stopped me as it was 9:30am on a Sunday