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... two and a half miles to the Gardens, which took us through some very poor and run down suburbs and then very leafy and up market ones. We hit Midtown and walked, skipped, ran and strolled through Piedmont Park. The kids found a playground which they loved and then complained about being hot.
The Botanical Gardens were great. There is currently a display of mosaic gardens which has a number of ...
... amazed by the competence, or lack of, of the general population. Today was no exception. A few near misses and a bump (none involving us thank goodness) and a huge number of semis, as usual. The speed the semis travel at is somewhat concerning and the photo is of a 'house' moving at the speed of 100kms+. We didn't see many RV's today, but Wayne advised one does not need an additional license to drive a bus or large RV if it is ...
... was going well. We quickly bought some American sweets and cherry coke, ran to the smokers' lounge (it weirdly smelt just like an old English pub back in the smoking days...) and made it to boarding just in time (we had a short connection)... And back on the plane for another 6 and a half hours, more movies and more airplane ...
... to become Georgia's first AA millionaire.
We took in the Old Jail. Before the 1900's, Jonesboro had a famous judge who wore dungarees and everyone know he didn't trust banks and kept his money in all his pockets. A criminal held the judge up one night, a few nights after the judges wife had emptied his pockets, and when he couldn't get any money he shot the judge.
He was arrested and finally sentenced to death and hung very shortly afterward. ...
... conditions. Currency devalued dramatically, lots of their workforce fled to the free Union, and they couldn't sustain the economy. I suppose that's why lots of people claim that the battles of 1863 decided the outcome of the war. Principally, Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
For me, the war was lost in the battles at Chickamauga, Chattanooga and the Wilderness, all debatable victories, the Union continued on the offensive after all these..