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... you can look right down into Chattanooga. Most Civil War battles were fought in open fields, but Chickamauga was fought in largely wooded terrain. Generals had difficulty keeping track of troops, much less directing them. We can verify this, as we took a 3 mile hike through the woods to view the battle line placements, and one can easily visualize the troop movements (or lack thereof) that took place. The battle at Chickamauga was the ...
... in Ible's Black Friday shopping tradition. Though, I do not plan to spend any money (I need at least a little bit to survive before my first paycheck from my new job) I do intend to scope out the scene and see how Ible and her family do Black Friday. I am both scared and excited, but I think it should be fun. I never have done Black Friday as a planned thing. The last time I did it I had no planning ...
... This time we chose the Quality Inn on the by-pass. It was late when we got in as the Atlanta traffic was chock a block. Who knows why?
This Quality Inn was not as nice as the one in Ohio but still satisfactory. We drove to our favourite dinner spot - Margueritas.
Today was approximately 600 miles and the trailer is working well. We have both remarked that sometimes we almost forget that it is there - presumably good news!
We left Ballston Spa on Monday the 8th with a great deal of sadness. After being there for a month we all had a comfortable routine that was difficult to give up. We miss Avery knocking on the door with"it's me Avery", Christopher and his wonderful sense of humor looking very sharp in his football uniform and Emma always stylish rushing off to diving practice. We stopped in VA at the Endless Caverns campground and took the tour of ...
... embarrassed. Shame on you, paradise.
I finally outran the conveyor belt and crossed over the Florida-Georgia line. At some point Jessica had joined me in the drive and was eager to jump out of the car to get gas and stretch. I ran inside to use the bathroom. While I used the facilities, two middle-aged women in separate stalls next to me animatedly discussed bear hunting. While waiting behind them to wash my hands one of the women giddily asked the ...
Other places to stay in Macon
2720 Riverside Drive, Macon | 2 star motelfrom $85
4952 Romeiser Road, Macon | 1 star motelfrom $30
3935 Arkwright Road, Macon | 1 star motelfrom $70
4991 Harrison Road, Macon | 1 star motelfrom $41
4951 Romeiser Drive, Macon | 1 star motelfrom $43
140 Plantation Inn Dr., Macon | 1 star motelfrom $71
1990 Riverside Dr, Macon | 1 star motelfrom $45