Homewood Suites Macon-North
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Wow! We slept so well, but we really have to get up and get going!
On our way to SC yesterday I had called my very favorite female cousin, Pam, to ask her to tell her mom that I would be in Simpsonville today but only for 30 minutes or so. I wouldn't have time to swing by, but wanted her to know I was thinking about her.
Sam, Linda, Lawson, Charlie and now Pam and aunt Patsy were all sworn to secrecy as we are going to just pop in to see my mom. ...
As we drove through another big storm yesterday, the radio cut in with a garbled warning announcement mentioning the word 'tornado' and sounding very serious. We later found out that the tornado warning was for central Georgia, which was exactly our location at the time. But we didn't see one, just heavy rain. So the tornado box remains un-ticked in my I ...
... you can look right down into Chattanooga. Most Civil War battles were fought in open fields, but Chickamauga was fought in largely wooded terrain. Generals had difficulty keeping track of troops, much less directing them. We can verify this, as we took a 3 mile hike through the woods to view the battle line placements, and one can easily visualize the troop movements (or lack thereof) that took place. The battle at Chickamauga was the ...
... Ible's family. All food was home made and extremely delicious. Ible's mother's cooking skills knows no bounds indeed. Despite not being with my own family and friends, I am thankful that I was able to spend it with some pretty awesome people. Ible's family has been a delight to be with and we have had some fun times since being here, but our time to leave actually is just around the corner. Tomorrow, I will ...
... had lots of expenses ahead of us.
We managed to cross into Tennessee for lunch and stopped at Jellico for fuel and lunch. Before this trip I was unaware that diesel costs more than gasoline in the States. A salad at Wendy's did the trick for lunch and then we drove through the beautiful fall colors of the mountains. There are also lots of Sycamore trees alongside the highway. Their leaves look somewhat like Maple leaves but their ...