Holiday Inn Express New Albany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... said how his house had burnt down, I wish I had asked him now. After chatting for a while He went on to ask me "if I liked to party? " I didn't really think about my answer "I just said yes I like to party" and then he went ...
... in Confederate hands, Albert Sidney Johnston, a close friend of Jefferson Davis and the man thought to be the South’s leading general, poured thousands of troops by rail into Corinth in the spring of 1862. Advancing northward to destroy Halleck’s army in detail, Johnston then began a great, bloody battle at Shiloh Church, Tennessee on April 6. Following the Confederate retreat from Shiloh, Halleck’s army of 120,000 men besieged General P. G. T. ...
... phenomenon…we passed a sign for a coon dog cemetery. Now I know that east Tennessee has been known in the past for having very sought after lines of coon hunting dogs, but this is the first that we have ever seen a sign for a cemetery set up especially for the dear departed coon dog of the family. Who knew? We turned off on the Natchez Trace right at 3:00 and had a lovely drive down it towards Tupelo. It was almost like having our own private parkway as there was ...
... have been royally screwed if they'd been sheisters too!!!
A final note in this entry, something that impacted me immensely in Mississippi was the number of feral dogs and cats. You see them everywhere, lots of dead dogs and cats on the roadsides, puppies roaming around in packs in the highway medians and going through garbage cans. Jeff;s Grandma was aware of that starving dog I had seen when I walked Helo, she said that the dog had
10 puppies and the neighbor (who lives ...
... South, Ohio Valley businessmen and farmers would float their goods on small wooden barges as far south as Natchez, Mississippi. Having no way to travel upstream, the barges were sold for lumber and the traders would begin the long 400+ mile trek north along the Trace. Once Samuel Morey demonstrated the application of a steam powered paddle boat in 1793, the writing was on the wall for the demise of the Trace. By 1811, Pittsburgh docks were ...