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... Corinth and explored the Civil War Interpretive Center and remnants of the Corinth battlefield and siege works. The Interpretive Center was one of the best Civil War museums I've ever been to, and did a great job of presenting both the siege and battle of Corinth as well as the battle at Shiloh. I went to Shiloh on Sunday and spent the whole day exploring the battlefield there, which was fascinating and very enlightening to me. I also saw ...
time now for an analysis of the trusted steads,
Bit lacking in power but now they are "run in" and loosened up they eventually get there. it is more noticeable on the gravel roads when you need a bit of power to rear steer. something Mark's tenere has.
so a list of improvements!!
soft comfy hand grips
nice comfy sheep's kin seat cover
gadget holders for phones, roll chart ...
... be highly unlikely that the conditions improved at any point today. Albeit upset, we headed in for breakfast and within minutes, the morale had lifted again. We decided to take roster pics of the group, which was quite hilarious as we all tried to keep our intimidation faces on for the picture. After breakfast, the leaders worked out a plan with the community to have buses arranged to take us to our next location in Adamsville. Since we weren't sure what time it would ...
... breakfast - fresh fruit and oatmeal. After breakfast we took mug shots basically. We all had our jerseys on, zipped up all the way and mean-mugged into the camera. So we each did this. And we all changed our profile pictures on the Bike and Build website, so now when you scroll through the NC2SD riders, we look unified and like a team. To check it out, click here: http://www.bikeandbuild.org/cms/compone nt/option,com_wrapper/Itemid,461/ The leaders announced that we wouldn't ...
... biggest effect on the town with it becoming one large hospital for the wounded. Every house was used. The surrounding area does not have much fresh water and many troops on both sides suffered severe dysentery and diarrhoea.!!!
The site has a tremendous monument to the whole war as the National Park Service were aware that the Battle of Shiloh and the siege of Corinth changed the shape of the war. More officers from these battles got promotion subsequently in the war ...