Hampton Inn Corinth
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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,
... out of Pulaski. Insert special thank you here to Wes and the Pulaski community for paying for our lunch and transportation in to Adamsville this afternoon! (As well as everything they did for us yesterday when we arrived!) Once in Adamsville, we played some hoops inside and had mail delivered. It has been awesome receiving a card from my Aunt Diane every week! (Thank you for the always very unique and creative cards!!) Mail drops have been a very refreshing time of week to ...
... cards, napped again, ate a bunch of snacks, chit-chatted. There was a break in the storm so a large group of us went to The Yellow Deli. Delicious. Next stop, Walgreens to get more sunscreen, razors, snacks, etc. And onto the bus we went. Again, I fell asleep. Anytime there's a window for me to nap, I take it. I woke up midway through the trip to, like, basically see the sky folding in on itself. It was unbelievable (see pictures). And then I fell back asleep. We arrived ...
... the mass graves of the Confederates a bit emotional and some of the stories from the troops are very emotional. Only 50% of Grants troops and 80% of the Southern troops had fought before this battle, so it's no surprise there was confusion and everyone called this the soldiers battle.
Seeing how close they were to each other with stand up rifle battles is pretty gruesome.
its was very relaxing and quiet, although I did keep bumping into a bus load of kids every now and then.