It's been great checking out the area here in TN. We saw our first harvested cotton, saw Bigfoot and had our first piece of Colby pie (I'm calling it Colby Distad pie!) I'd have included a pic of the pie, but we ate it!
We checked out the Pickwick State Park and hiked the trails and then headed to Shiloh for the afternoon. Congress established Shiloh National Military Park on December 27, 1894 to commemorate the April 6-7, 1862 battle that raged around Shiloh Church and Pittsburg Landing. Producing more than 23,000 casualties, the battle was the largest engagement in the Mississippi Valley campaign during the Civil War. Shiloh was a sobering experience for us. Neither of us remembered this from our history classes and we learned a great deal about this bloody battle during the start of the Civil War.
10/20/2018 08:21:31 am
Love the history you two are finding....Question? What is you time for Marathon FL?
10/21/2018 06:59:56 am
10/25/2018 06:44:07 am
GREAT....we look forward to seeing you two in Daytona Beach in March....second full week is Bike Week....like Sturgis ...😎
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