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... on his belly for 17 hours in this 2 foot by 4 foot pitch black hole that he ended up finding this water fall. He then took his wife(Ruby) with him to see it and she crawled it also (in a dress by the way) and he named the fall ruby falls. They dug out the tunnels which we walked through to get to the fall. We started the tour going down 250 feet in a ...
... on to Warner-Robins, GA where we planned to stay with Ible's parents. There were many things we could have done along the way, but we still were tired from not only D.C., but from the entire trip in general. The traveling and constant moving around from one place to the next (plus all of the stress that along with such a trip) began to take it's toll on us. So, reluctantly, we decided to push our way to GA, the next day.
... br> War to memorialize the battle and those who died in it in 1863, a very bloody
high-casualty battle that was a significant Confederate victory. Union troops,
however, were victorious several months later in storming Lookout Mountain high
above Chattanooga, a win which set the stage for the Union forces movement
towards Atlanta and across Georgia in 1864. Point Park on Lookout Mountain is a
spectacular viewpoint over the ...
Really uneventful journey, plane took off on time but lots of turbulence and very heavy landing in Atlanta. Hassle free car collection and 2 hour drive to Chattanooga for overnight stop. 4 hour time difference in Chattanooga then another hour overnight for daylight saving. Wide awake at ...
... challenges the postwar of Germany’s consensus that ordinary citizens were powerless to Hitler’s anti-semantic rampage. George Zilver, a Jew who was married to a German, was an eyewitness of the protest on Rosenstrasse. He wrote on December of 1945, “The protest was a small torch that might have flared into a fire of general resistance, if the general public had taken note.” The general public ...