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Not for tourist but for golfers.
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We didn't leave Bville until around 11am, but we still made a quick stop at the United States Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) and managed to explore the inside exhibits for about an hour. Zach and I found this place about a year ago as outside trail plainly visible from 81. We were on our way to Whispering Pines, NC. So, on a very hot day as I recall, on our way back home, we stopped and walked the outside trail with Maui. I always said we would get to ...
... that someone from this region would be such a world traveler. "I'm Canadian--moved to this area." That explains it... We get to talking about the difference between Canada and the US, she confirms my theory of how America being based on rebellion shaped our culture differently. "But Canada is becoming more like America" she says somberly. "It's going from a socialist democracy to being a country run by corporations..." And with that, my day hike comes to an ...
... walking around to see the whole 360 degree view. These date back to the late 1800's and were found in a warehouse with watermarks and lots of damage. They have now been restored and are amazingly beautiful. Also a strong reminder of the massive fighting that these men were engaged in.
The photos will be the rest of the "history lesson"....
... bulls and did so for 15 years. One of the barns dates back to 1887 and held haw, straw and dairy cattle stanchions and stalls. In the mid-50's the Eisenhower's had horses and ponies in there for their grandchildren. Mamie made everyone sign a guest book upon entering the house - even the grandchildren. Some of the kids would sneak in the back door to avoid signing the book - yet again!
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... has blazed trails in some pretty rugged regions.
Actually, blazing a trail would be much easier than this. I would do that if this were another country. Here there are "no tresspassing" signs all over the place, and here in America, you'd better take those seriously.
I struggle on for about 2 hours, sometimes retracing my steps three times in an attempt to follow this elusive trail signs. This feels like some sort of Boy Scout game--but ...