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... nervous system infection / inflammation such as Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), it is reported he had Polio however this is unlikely due to his age. He bought what used to be the Resort of Warm Springs because a young boy with Polio swam daily in the Warm Springs and was able to walk - Roosevelt thought this would be his miracle cure (he had tried everything). Sadly he was never able to walk independently and was a wheelchair user for ...
Hello, it's McCaela yet again. After waking up, we groggily slink out of bed to begin our day. We eat the provided breakfast and travel to Roosevelt's Little White House Historic Site. There we learned about his life and saw the picture that was being painted when Franklin Delano Roosevelt died of a cerebral hemorrhage. We also learned that this is the place where he established a ...
... the front desk... all you can drink free coffee, so gets K's thumbs up.
Just spending tonight in the room, catching up on the blog .... and looking at the strange journey line on our trip map.
More coming soon.
It was sad to say goodbye to the mountains but the campsite in La Grange, GA was beautiful. It's a federal campground run by the Corps of Army Engineers and is a series of 4 campground on the huge lake. The Corp takes care of the lake to control flooding and built these 4 campgrounds around the lake as part of their West Pointe Project. We were here only 1 night as we were bound for Santa Rosa Beach, ...
Awesome experience! As Bible teachers, we relished walking around the full scale replicas. The artifacts can be handled adding to the realism. As an added bonus, we were treated to a special treat when Dr. Fleming gave us a personal tour and insights.
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