Hampton Inn & Suites Huntsville Hampton Cove
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... there, ain’t it?’ Indeed. We both took a while to settle after this onslaught to our timid white Lutheran sensibilities.
So it was time for some history, and we turned the car towards a small town called Franklin just south of Nashville, and more specifically, to Carnton House. This is a southern style plantation house, near which one of the bloodiest battles of the American Civil War was fought. In 1864, in just five hours, almost ...
... hadn't let up all day and I was getting tense thu my shoulders so I was on the look out for a rest area. Is it only me, or does anyone else notice that those places tend to be in a valley or at the bottom of a hill. Then ya gots ta go up a big ol hill when trying to get up speed to match the oncoming traffic. Not so much fun in a 65 foot rig weighing around 45,000 pounds. Anywho, just a ...
We've heard of this place years ago and, every time we travel, we intend to stop by but it's never happened. This year, we decided to make it....and we did.
As we got closer, the billboards and signs starting showing up.
Here's how it got started:
In 1970 Doyle Owens headed to Washington D.C. with an idea, a borrowed pick-up truck and a $300 ...
... roads so we stay off the boring Interstate. But wait, before we do, let us take another look at those beautiful Antebellum homes in Twickenham that we rode through on Saturday in the Grand Parade. We figure that won't take long! But where the heck were they? Tell you what? Let's go by the Visitor Centre and quickly get us some information. By this time, quickly should not have been in our vocabulary! Further, we should stick to our plan! We get information to the homes - that ...
Today we decided to watch The Amazing Team Challenge which is when riders try their skills on a course that is set up. Well 'watching' turned out to be PARTICIPATING. Our friends and some others managed to persuade me to ride and glad I did too. What a blast. Traffic cones defined a set course that you had to ride without hitting ...