Quality Inn Savannah
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
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After leaving Tupelo on Saturday morning I spent the rest of the morning at Brice's Crossroads National Battlefield, which was fairly well-preserved (certainly compared to Tupelo) and very interesting to me since it is probably the best-known of Nathan Bedford Forrest's victories. It was a little confusing because the various parts of the battlefield are not always adjoining but the battle as a whole was laid out very well. Then I made my way ...
... pro accessories.
USB Charging outlets
wide foot pegs
Marks additional alterations:
installed a dino jet kit.
involved drill out holes in airbox, changing air filter for K&N type.
removed air box snorkel
increase main jet and needle
unfortunately it does not appear to have made any significant improvement,
... spent the morning hanging out in the lobby. I watched as every single person tried to entertain themselves-this group truly cannot sit still! I think we have become accustomed to biking or building everyday that I day off just seems out of place. Once we learned that the buses weren't coming until 2pm, we headed to the Yellow Deli, which is a unique cafe that I happen to know well from living in Vista, CA. After coffee and sandwiches, it was time to load everything up ...
... some 2.5 mile a away.
The southern troops stopped at the Union camps to loot and eat as they hadn't eaten for 3 days, and Johnston managed to reorganise them across a 3 mile front. The CSA then proceeded to attack both flanks of the Union army and gained some more ground pushing the flanks so far back that Grant got them to retreat and make new lines a few hundred yards from the landing. However this left about 7,000 Union troops on a hill in the middle of ...
... the Tennessee River back across the top of Alabama to Guntersville. Then they'll head north toward Tennessee via the Tennessee River and eventually hitting Nickajack Lake. They will not be making it to Decatur, AL by Saturday but will try to take advantage of my brother and sister-in-law's hospitality at some point over the weekend. Another real meal certainly wouldn't hurt!