Paris Landing State Park Inn
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After leaving Corinth, I drove through Tennessee to Parker's Crossroads, another Forrest battlefield at the meeting point of two highways. I followed the main stops of the driving tour and walked much of the preserved parts of the battlefield, which was effectively bisected along the east/west axis by the interstate. I noticed that this ...
... 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.
... of the area (the plaques do a better job than I can), because if you care you can research it yourself but it suffices to say that experiencing the sights first hand and picturing myself as a Confederate soldier manning the cannons, seeing the Union ships come around the river bend is an incredible feeling.
I even got to take my bike on some wooded trails that kicked my ...
... to stay off of the treacherous county roads and took a four-lane divided state highway with a luxurious eight-foot shoulder, gently rolling hills and NO DOGS! We felt as if we were in a dream cruising along at 13+ average mph. Ten miles in we were quickly brought back to reality when we crossed into another county and the roads narrowed to two lanes and the obligatory five to eight-inch shoulder! Another seven miles had us going through New Johnsonville ...
... of aloneness, and sometimes even a feeling of desperation. So the lesson learned is to know when it's time to bail out, and to take help that is offered. Today we decided that we (tongue-in-cheek) are urban riders rather than rural riders, and would rather ride on highways than on narrow country roads with huge hills, little riding room, and with nothing around us except those wily chasing' dogs!. So we spent the day changing our ...