Vista Inn & Suites Murfreesboro
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We decided to head home tonight and finish the trip. It's been an amazing few weeks. I've never felt like I've seen so much and been so exhausted from a trip. This will be a trip I remember forever. I've wanted to do a proper road trip since I was a child and it feels good to have finally done it. A few closing stats: 16 Days 14 states 5,170 miles 100 hours in the car 18 miles hiked 9 nights camping Hundreds of mosquito bites ......priceless The ...
... The crowd was going wild. They also telecast a live radio show from there.. Having lots of trouble understanding the super strong American accent. I know that sounds strange.. And they have absolutely no idea what we are saying.. Really funny and also a little frustrating.. Lol
It is Saturday, July 26 and we are just about finished packing everything we think we might need into the RV, with the exception of food to be put in the freezer tomorrow morning. Although the refrigerator has been working well for the last 24 hours, we don't want to take the chance that something "bad" might happen -- the refrigerator will stop working and we'll have to throw away some food.
Am writing this entry to get a sense of what I'm doing. Those of you who ...
... Higginsville, Missouri. We were both surprised at how very green the countryside was.
After getting lost trying to find my first campsite in the Nashville area, we met up with Libby and followed her to Seven Points Campground on J. Percy Priest Reservoir. We also stayed at Anderson Road Campground on the lake. Both are Corp of Engineer campgrounds and were really spacious and very nice.
The first two weeks, it ...
... the Army of the Tennessee led by Braxton Bragg.
Rosecrans headed for Murfreesboro and set up his 41,000 troops on a NorthSouth route, or 6 o'clock
On the morning of 31 December 1862 the 35,000 Confederates attacked the south end of the Union line and it competely collapsed, meaning that within a few hours the Union line represented 10 to 12 on a clock. At the clock centre a group of Chicago regiments held a wooded ...