It was a strange and exciting week for Louis tolnison tour.
Louis’s latest solo outing, “The Battle of Tours” featured stops in Lousiana, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi, with stops in the Gulf Coast, New York and Florida.
Louis is one of only five Americans to win a tour of a World War II battlefield, and he made a point to tour his home state.
Louis and his wife, Sarah, opened the Louis tolison tour with stops at the historic Lousiah Hall in Birmingham, Ala., where they met with students and toured a local elementary school.
The visit drew more than 1,000 people, and the tour was described by Lousionnison’s tour guide, Michelle M. Linnison, as “very emotional.”
Linnison said she wanted the tour to be as emotional and emotional as possible for the visitors to come and enjoy the experience.
“We were there to honor Louis and to honor the people who were here,” Linnson said.
“The tour is about being able to see the people and hear the stories.
We wanted to have that kind of emotion, because we’re all just so proud of the people that were here.””
The Battle” tour will run through March.
The tour will feature stops at historic sites in the region, including Fort Bragg, Fort Hood, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Camp Lejeune, Camp Pendleton, Fort Riley and other historic sites.
Louis tollison is the first of its kind in the U.S. and it’s a chance to honor his father, Louis, who served in World War I and is considered a hero in his home county.