Kirkwood Plantation Bed and Breakfast

Address: Eutaw, Alabama, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Eutaw

Native American Festival

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 11, 2014

15 photos

... Nanih-Waiya mound is no longer open to the public, so this gave us a chance to see one of the best examples of mounds from the Mississippian era (about 1000-1450 AD). This large and thriving town was abandoned by 1500, and the relationship between these peoples and the later Native American tribes is uncertain. The archeological park covers 185 acres and has 29 mounds, and a museum.

24 hours on a Greyhound bus (allmost)

A travel blog entry by my-house on Jun 09, 2014

8 photos

... REAL grayhound bus, put my own bag inside the luggage space and climb on. Nice bus, Clean, Leather seats. Smells OK. And to my surprise, 110v power outlets at each seat and free on board wi fi. WOW. What a difference. Life is better.

Off we go to DFW to arrive at midnight with a departure at 3 AM. No surfing the internet. Just dosing sleep. Nice ride.

We arrived around 1:45 AM but I had until 3. The DFW station is more modern, has a restaurant and much cleaner. I ...

Spikes river journey

A travel blog entry by my-house on Aug 10, 2013

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... ahead. 2 real fears were debris and logs washed into the river we might hit and sink us or a barge tow looming out of the gloom. We had nowhere to pull off the river so we slowed to idle and kept a close watch. It only lasted for about an hour and cleared up just as we were approaching our anchorage ay an abandoned wood chip plant mooring facility.

Flat calm and clear we approached the entrance to find the water level waaaayy lower than we ...

Whatever Floats Your Boat

A travel blog entry by shipoffools on Apr 29, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

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An interesting sight to see was two replicas of sailing ships coming up behind them. One was the Pinta and one was the Nina. Don't know where the Santa Maria was, but they talked on the radio to them and found out their home port is Wilmington, Delaware and they were headed for Columbus. Ha! If they meant Columbus, MS which is on the Tombigbee, ...

Dirty Secrets

A travel blog entry by shipoffools on Apr 29, 2013

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... dirty after lots of rain and runoff in the previous days. Even when they tried to filter the water with a piece of cloth, the dirt and silt came right through the filter. When tugs and boats pass them on the river it further churns up the dirt and Perla's engine will over heat drastically. Back to Dawn detergent and that is working like a charm. But now the three ...