Showing my Grandsons How History will be Made and Unmade in Columbus Wednesday

It was good to have something interesting to show my grandsons and granddaughter-in-law when they came down from Cumming, GA to see me today. The occasion was the pending deployment of my Air Force grandson Benjamin overseas.. He came down with his brother Christopher  and sister-in-law Kristen. After we had lunch at the Cannon Brew Pub, a favorite restaurant of their’s when they were going to Columbus State, I took them to the Riverwalk so they could see the preparations for the breaching of the historic Eagle and Phenix Dam so whitewater enthusiasts can have a blast running the Chattahoochee River rapids in Columbus and Phenix City.

They found it quite  interesting. Too bad they won’t be here Wednesday when they could witness the dynamiting of the dam. I plan to be in the viewing area near the Dillingham Street Bridge at  three when the explosion takes place. It’ll  be interesting to see a piece of Columbus’ industrial history being blown to bits.

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2 Responses to “Showing my Grandsons How History will be Made and Unmade in Columbus Wednesday”

  1. John Cornett Says:

    I know you’re proud of them Richard.

    All the best….

  2. dicksworld.wordperss.com Says:

    I am indeed. Best to you, also, Randolph.
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