Knights Inn Paris
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... was locally administered rather than part of the NPS, definitely had a more pro-Forrest angle than some of the nationally administered sites. I continued on my drive northwards to Fort Donelson, and spent the majority of the afternoon touring the site of the old fort, although the battlefield where the Confederates had attempted to break out ...
... the Norfolk area it was west on highway 58....no interstates when you can avoid them.....another Kuehnl Travel Rule. 58 was a great road that made for an interesting study in gasoline prices. You'd think the further from civilization you are, the more expensive gas would be, but that's definitely not the case in Virginia. The lowest price we saw was $2.54 ...
... by habit exactly what to do as they were ushered into
their stalls, eight at a time..
MILKING THE COWS
The first thing was to disinfect each tit with a cup of disinfectant quickly popped over the tit. After going down the 2 rows with the disinfectant we gave our assigned cow a gentle swat on the closest leg to give notice and not catch her by surprise. The actual milkers are like mini vacuums that are put on each tit and ...
LITTLE BRIDE ON THE PRAIRIE
This section of our trip reminds me of the series "Little House on the Prairie" - a homespun touch.
The last time we saw Carly was when we watched her drive off with her new husband, Tyler, following their wedding reception in Steilacoom, WA.
Love does wonders and lured this lovely, tall, ...
My first historic battlefield did not disappoint. Even though Ft. Donelson wasn't that large, it provided a great deal of history.
Charged with protecting the Confederate held river from Union advance, the cannons at Ft. Donelson were able to hold off initial attacks from Union ironclads although Union ground forces were eventually able to take the area.
I wont go into ...