Paris Landing Park Inn
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... was locally administered rather than part of the NPS, definitely had a more pro-Forrest angle than some of the nationally administered sites. I continued on my drive northwards to Fort Donelson, and spent the majority of the afternoon touring the site of the old fort, although the battlefield where the Confederates had attempted to break out ...
... behind you the first day.
The trip began with drive through the Delmarva (De = Delaware, MAR = Maryland, & VA = Virginia) country from Lewes, DE down to Norfolk via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. ....10 miles of bridge interrupted by a couple of dips down into tunnels that allow the large ships to enter the Chesapeake Bay.
My first historic battlefield did not disappoint. Even though Ft. Donelson wasn't that large, it provided a great deal of history.
Charged with protecting the Confederate held river from Union advance, the cannons at Ft. Donelson were able to hold off initial attacks from Union ironclads although Union ground forces were eventually able to take the area.
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... by three gas stations, in our case pit stops. Finally we spot what looks like it could be a train stop with a few vehicles parked outside and pull over in desperation. We approached the 10x20 gray building with trepidation, knocked on the door with no answer, so we opened it and called in, still no answer; we thought this must be a work station for the railroad and there must be a washroom inside, ...voila! We accomplished the mission with a little fear and ...
... along the way were very few and far apart. Lisa and Dean's house was one of a handful that make up clusters of homes along these sometimes desolate rural areas. Many houses we saw were empty, some of which appear to be summer places or rehabs/ works in progress. This was true of Lisa and Dean's new neighbors that are from Zion, Illinois who come down four times a year. Then there are homes that appear to be abandoned which culminates ...