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- Continental Breakfast
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We spent 9 days in Nashville visiting our daughter Rachael. She had many many jobs for us to do around her new home. On Wednesday we went on the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky. We visited Willets Distillery, Jim Beam, and a mom and pop winery in Bardstown. The Bourbon trail has numerous corporate and craft distilleries spread throughout the state. It ...
Quite an uneventful day of driving up I75 with tons of truck traffic and not feeling quite up to speed (tiny touch of a cold). We made it to Tifton, GA and found a KOA. As we pulled into our campsite the skies opened with a deluge of rain, thunder and lightening. Bob and Meatball got out; Bob set up the RV and took Meatball for a much needed walk. Neither seemed to mind the rain. I made dinner and had a glass of wine. Nice evening of cable TV and ongoing ...
... characters and events.
We stayed the night at the Hilton Garden Inn - Tifton Georgia last night which I would definitely reccomend. We had a reservation in Louisville for tonight but we've cancelled it and are going to attempt to drive all the way home. Eek! I think we've all had too much vacation at this point and are missing home and our own beds.
I'll post more later!!!!
... to face these challenges when I was working in oncology. ...I'm so glad I dropped in to visit - I took pictures and I only wish they truly reflected this happy family - I wanted to be part of it!! Malkanti and Asoka would be proud!!! I didn't do my rude thing and pull out my iPad to post an entry ( like I did with Carole and family) - so the location stamp here won't read Atlanta, Georgia ...but this place where I camped last night....Cordele is a mere 152 miles south ...
... of the Confederacy.
After Davis' capture, he was imprisoned for 2 years without trial. While he was imprisoned, his citizenship was revoked for 111 years, until in 1978 when President Jimmy Carter re-instated it.
Davis retired to Biloxi, Mississippi where he wrote him memoirs. He died on December 6, 1889 in New Orleans. He was interred at the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.