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... Korean War, Vietnam War, and Persian Gulf War.
Today Fort Sumter/Andersonville is a peaceful, green park for remembering. The entire site is a powerful reminder of the evil that men do to other men and women who are their captives.
Interesting note: There are records of at least two women who followed their prisoner husbands to Andersonville. Both worked in the hospitals at the camp. One buried her ...
... But church parking lots seem to be full.
Our first stop is Plains High School. There is a lot of space devoted to Miss Julia Coleman who taught both Jimmy and Rosalynn for several grades in this school that was 7-12 grades. There is a room set up as a classroom with small desks, medium desks, and large desks to accommodate children in various grades. Carter credits her with planting seeds for ...
... 60 so we didn't have much trouble. Man, there's a lot of tailgaters on the road...not sure where they think they can go with a dozen cars in front of them, all going 75 mph.
Lots of Cardinals calling around the park here...wonderful sound. We've stayed here before...nice beautiful park. ...
... Atlanta at 1500h in the afternoon was a rush, 6 lanes each way, hammer down. I, however, was cruisin' serenely in my noise cancelled, lightly traffic'ed car pool lane known as the HOV, high occupancy vehicle. You only need 2 people (including driver) to be allowed in this lane (Motorcycles are OK too) and there was seriously a 500 to 1 ratio of cars using the main lanes vs the car pool lane.
This weekend we were traveling, by car, to visit with my folks in GA and stopped at Providence Canyon State Park in Blakely, GA. This is also known as "Georgia's Little Grand Canyon" and let me tell you, it was beautiful. Apparently, back in the 1800's when the farmers [early settlers] cleared all the trees to plant their crops, along with what was called "their poor farming practices," the soft ...