Inn at Pickwick Landing
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... American site at Shiloh, which was in the middle of the battlefield driving tour, and on Saturday I had stopped by a couple of sites along the Natchez Trace Parkway. I finished up my day at Shiloh by briefly visiting another small battlefield (Davis' Bridge) nearby from Van Dorn's Corinth Campaign, but there wasn't a whole lot to see there. On Monday morning I left Corinth once again and made my way back into Tennessee towards Fort ...
... knew where it was and that it would be in Dallas tomorrow; so, at least it’s not really lost. Hopefully, it’ll make it to the house by the middle of next week. Everything else went off perfect, and we rolled up back in Mynot about 10p. As promised here’s the most memorable moments from the last half of our trip.
April 12th (Day 15): Apollo Bay/Port Campbell…Last Day of Sightseeing in AU…Maits ...
... looks to be some weird version of Monopoly money that apparently we can use to purchase goodies with. I've also got a GoPro Hero3+ courtesy Jimbo to document this crazy escapade so stay tuned to see fighting kangaroos, spiders big enough to eat birds, and sharks big enough to eat large kids!
We have landed in Dallas and are getting our last meal in the States for a long time. We started this day with breakfast in Mynot, AL ...
... South were guarding the railroad junction at Corinth, which had two railroads one north south and the other east west. The EastWest RR connected the Mississippi to the Eastern seaboard, I.e. The Carolinas....
Grant picked a place on the Tennessee River, called Pitts Landing, to set up camp and between late Feb and March had amassed his 44,000 troops here. The southern army of 45,000 was headed by AS Johnston, probably recognised as the best general on either side at ...
... warmer climate.
Because we were only about six miles away fro Wheeler Dam, we made the lock in good time. We were looking forward to a short cruise through little Wilson Lake and a leisurely cruise on Pickwick Lake. We were very fortunate in that the Wheeler Dam chambers were in the process of filling so we only had a short wait. Unfortunately, when we tied off in the chambers, the lockmaster informed us that Wilson Lock had a power failure that would take at ...