We visited the Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. This is one of the Confederate Army prison camps for the Union soldiers they captured. Well the historic site's museum was devoted to all American prisoners of all wars. Not just the Civil War but both World Wars, Korean and
Vietnam. I wasn’t ready for that! I went through it fairly fast. Just the Civil War and Andersonville was more than I could handle. I was going to buy a book about Andersonville in their shop but they all were too
depressing. Just the photos alone bummed
me out. Do I really want to read this? We drove through the . If I thought all those headstones from the
little cemetery in Andersonville National
Cemetery was a lot, oh boy! And I thought someday I would go to Enterprise,
So instead of showing you a field of solid white, all marble headstones, I thought I would show my first
swamp. I don’t know if this is a true
swamp or not but it was good enough for me to pull over and take some
pictures. The South continues to impress
me with its beauty everyday.
I'm going to try to stay away from Civil War Cemeteries for the rest of the trip.