Kirkwood Plantation Bed and Breakfast

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

UWA campus tour

A travel blog entry by blender on Apr 10, 2015

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... Its tiny with a very cute downtown. We stopped for lunch at the only Chinese restaurant in town, which the locals just refer to as "China". We ordered lunch and some hot tea. The girl told us they didn't have hot tea, only sweet tea! We are very excited for Kallie. The town, the campus, the academics, and the softball all come together to make a great place for her to be for the next few ...

24 hours on a Greyhound bus (allmost)

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

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... 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 ...

Change in travel plans

A travel blog entry by my-house on Aug 27, 2013

3 comments, 13 photos

... Christmas we will drive to Oklahoma to spend Christmas with friends and back to Texas and then back to the boat in Mobile to begin actual cruising. We are actually going to go somewhere this time.

Of course things change.

I am starting a separate section on travelpod for Europe and will be making postings that will go to all of you on the mailing list.

The adventure continues.

Spikes river journey

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

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... hour.

We found a shallow place along the river and dropped the anchor so I could change the racor fuel filter. It only took 10 minutes and we were on our way again. About half an hour later the same thing happened. Squeezing the priming ball got it running again. The only thing I could think of was the secondary fuel filter on the engine and i didn't have one.

We anchored the second night at the site of one of the old river locks in ...

Day 11 - Demopolis, AL

A travel blog entry by carney on Jun 18, 2013

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... The famous walk lead by Martin Luther King, Jr. started here on the bridge. The town was a throwback to 1962 only deserted. We didn't feel safe until we passed Concordia College. Then it changed dramatically. Needless to say we did not visit the Voting Rights Museum in the scary part of town.

We finally stopped at Foscue State Park in Demopolis, AL. Really nice spot on the water with tall ...