The memorial in front of Swain County Courthouse remembering those who gave the ultimate sacrifice during war.
A statue of General Daniel Morgan located in Morgan Square. General Morgan was the Patriot victor and hero at the Battle of Cowpens, an important victory during the Revolutionary War. The statue was erected around 1881, it was neat to see this monument today as we had just visited the battlefield earlier.
A statue of President George Washington on the stairs in front of the South Carolina State House.
A statue of President George Washington in front of the South Carolina State House. The plaque below the statue explains that his walking stick was broken off by a Union soldiers during their occupation of Columbia after the Civil War.
A monument for General Oglethorpe stands in the middle of one of many of Savannah’s squares. General Oglethorpe was a founder of the colony of Georgia.
The interior of Nabila’s Garden Restaurant. The waterfall and decorations inside provided an exceptional dinning experience.
A moving statue on the grounds of MLK State Park displays a slave holding up his child in hopes of a better future and a better life for him.
A statue of Mohandas Gandhi greets you as you enter the MLK Center. Dr. King was inspired by Gandhi’s nonviolent teachings and he studied and used his philosophy during the Civil Rights movement.
Outside the World of Coke Dr. John S. Pemberton greets you with a Coke. A pharmacist in Atlanta, Pemberton invented Coca-Cola in 1886. Coke was first served at soda fountains, you couldn’t purchase it in a bottle yet.
Ant inside the Minister’s Tree House in Crossville, TN. On one of the many levels you will find wood carved statues.
The Robertson Monument, standing in Centennial Park in downtown Nashville, TN, is a proud representation of many of the events that helped found Nashville.
Carolyn observes statues standing in front of the Parthenon in Centennial Park in downtown Nashville, TN.
The joke made by our tour guide when arriving at this statue of Jack Daniel was “this is the only shot of Jack Daniel’s on the rocks you’ll have on this tour”. The cave behind the statue is where the stream emerges from the mountain and is pumped into all Jack Daniel’s products- since day one.
I stand with the statue of Jack Daniel at the at the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, TN
Ant stands with the statue of Jack Daniel at the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, TN
This statue of Jack Daniel stands in the Visitor Center of the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, TN
Some runners enjoy the cooler temps while running in the evening on Riverside Drive’s Park on the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis, TN
The young Indian girl, Noccalula and her broken heart leaning over the Falls sow named after her, Noccalula Falls in Gadsden, AL
This phenomenal structure, standing at 56 ft. tall (just the cast iron statue) represents the mining industry and the origins of Birmingham, AL. He stands on a hilltop just on the rim of downtown.
The Vulcan statue is 56 ft. high (just the cast iron man figure) standing on top of a near 10 story stone tower. Look closely to see two people within the handrails on the deck near the top of the tower. This structure stands in Vulcan Park just outside of downtown Birmingham, AL
This exhibit portrays aviators from left to right: World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm. First thing a visitor sees when entering the Naval Aviation Museum
Chief Osceola and his horse, Renegade in front of the Doak Campbell Stadium on the campus of Florida State University.
The Doak S. Campbell Stadium on the campus of Florida State University
A representative statue for the Confederate Dead in downtown Gainesville
This guardian and its mirror across the street guard the southern entrance/exit into St. Augustine
main entrance to the Weeki Wachee State Park
Part of the decorative facade of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church
lovely Mother Mary standing outside of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church
a statue and cannon in front of Monty’s near the waterfront in Miami