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Travel Blogs from Union
... retirement ceremony from the Air Force. In the afternoon we
toured the Pentagon. A pleasant yet, too short a visit with them and
As soon as I finish treatments here we
will return home to WV for a short stay. Christmas plans are unsure
for now. We hope to see many of you while are at home and see our
traveling friends along the way soon.
..until then, stay well
Well, we're not far from the site of our reunion, most of which we haven't seen in 40 years when they were teenagers. It'll be interesting and a lot of fun. Probably be a lot of stories since we were a little wild and crazy back then, before I matured and calmed ...
... tour from Bonnie, She showed us backstage, dressing rooms and the wall signed by performers, over many years. Thank you Bonnie! Leaving the Opera House we ventured down to the hardware store, which had been featured on American Pickers. We met the owner, Mr. Shull, who showed us what appeared to be a metal of some sort on the counter. I looked closely and said "that's a Nobel Prize". ...
... br> The next day we met Cousin Charlotte and her Grandson Justin for lunch in Downtown Clinton. After lunch we all went over to Brother Steve's for a longer visit. My brother had a list of all the 1st cousins and I counted 20 plus, in these parts. Well, that's not hard to believe, out of 7 children. Charlotte lives in the Laurens area and her Husband Jimmy, drives a big rig back and forth to Savannah, every day.
June 26, was a trip to the ...
... Correll walked us down the same road the troops had come in on. He explained the conditions and placement of troops in battle. The Battle of Cowpens was a turning point in the revolutionary war. On the grounds of the National Park site is the Robert Scruggs House, which we visited as well.
After the Battlefield we headed for Greenville for a late lunch and a visit to Falls ...