Corinth Inn & Suites
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... pro accessories.
USB Charging outlets
wide foot pegs
Marks additional alterations:
installed a dino jet kit.
involved drill out holes in airbox, changing air filter for K&N type.
removed air box snorkel
increase main jet and needle
unfortunately it does not appear to have made any significant improvement,
... out of Pulaski. Insert special thank you here to Wes and the Pulaski community for paying for our lunch and transportation in to Adamsville this afternoon! (As well as everything they did for us yesterday when we arrived!) Once in Adamsville, we played some hoops inside and had mail delivered. It has been awesome receiving a card from my Aunt Diane every week! (Thank you for the always very unique and creative cards!!) Mail drops have been a very refreshing time of week to ...
... a decent amount of time, and I usually write at the end of the night when I want to be social or sleeping. This blogging thing is a real love-hate relationship. So, back to today. We were scheduled to ride about 95 miles to Adamvsville, TN, but when alarms started going off at 5am this morning and we peeked out the window it was storming like nobody's business. Lightening and thunder and torrential rain. We continued to get ready and pack up our things. Our kindly hosts made us ...
... biggest effect on the town with it becoming one large hospital for the wounded. Every house was used. The surrounding area does not have much fresh water and many troops on both sides suffered severe dysentery and diarrhoea.!!!
The site has a tremendous monument to the whole war as the National Park Service were aware that the Battle of Shiloh and the siege of Corinth changed the shape of the war. More officers from these battles got promotion subsequently in the war ...
... the steam was pouring off the water and fog was rolling in. Our lights made the steam appear like rocks and shadows, making it very confusing. So the first mate had to stand at the bow in 23 degree weather and look for rock piles. Then the captain had to stand in the cold to set anchor while the first mate was at the throttles, desperately trying to comprehend his signals. Long story short, it was a pretty miserable experience. It was very cold, very dark and ...