Travel Blogs from Fort Payne, United States

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Camping, Fort Payne, United States travel blog

Camping

A travel blog entry by pdhvt

just a ...

Homegrown Country, Fort Payne, United States travel blog

Homegrown Country

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... items that showcase the history of the homegrown country group ALABAMA; the annual June Jam brings in nationally known performers. The Fort Payne Opera House on North Gault Avenue is open by appointment only; built in 1889 it's the oldest theater in ...

THE TRUTH ABOUT OURSELVES...FOUND, Fort Payne, United States travel blog

THE TRUTH ABOUT OURSELVES...FOUND

A travel blog entry by lapetitegrande3

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(42)TRIP TAKEN SEPTEMBER 26, 2008 - FRIDAY THIS WAS A DIFFERENT TYPE OF SHORT TRIP FOR US THIS TIME. WE HAVE NEVER BEEN TO A MARRIAGE RETREAT BEFORE. WE HAVE BEEN HERE AT DESOTO STATE PARK LODGE BEFORE AND IT WAS JUST AS PRETTY AS THE LAST TIME WE ...

JUNK....ANYONE?, FORT PAYNE, United States travel blog

JUNK....ANYONE?

A travel blog entry by lapetitegrande3

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... . WHEN YOU WALK ALL DAY IT IS NICE TO  COME BACK TO THIS COOLER PLACE AMONGST ALL THE TREES AND NATURE. WE USUALLY EAT IN FORT PAYNE BEFORE WE GET WHERE WE ARE GOING.    THIS TIME WE ATE BREAKFAST AT THE LODGE.  IT WAS A VERY ...

HOW LOW CAN SOMETHING BE!   PRETTY LOW. . ., Fort Payne, United States travel blog

HOW LOW CAN SOMETHING BE! PRETTY LOW. . .

A travel blog entry by lapetitegrande3

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WE LEFT OUT EARLY SO WE COULD SPEND SOME TIME AT DESOTO STATE PARK AND SEE THE FALLS. NOTHING MUCH HAS CHANGED. . .WE ALWAYS MEET SOME NEW PEOPLE, THOUGH..  THE WATER LEVEL AT THE FALLS WAS VERY LOW. IN FACT, THE WATERS WERE THE LOWEST WE HAVE ...

WHAT A MEMORY.. THIS VALENTINE'S TRIP WAS., Fort Payne/Mentone, United States travel blog

WHAT A MEMORY.. THIS VALENTINE'S TRIP WAS.

A travel blog entry by lapetitegrande3

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WELL,  WE ARE INTO MAKING MEMORIES. MEMORIES WERE MADE. HURRICANE CREEK CABIN IS ON THE MOUNTAIN AND DOWN A PIECE (DOWN PAST AN OLD CHICKEN FARM. THE KIND OF FARM THAT HAD TO OF HAD HUNDREDS OF CHICKENS, PROBABLY EGGS. THE CABIN WAS VERY ...

Fort Payne, AL, Fort Payne, United States travel blog

Fort Payne, AL

A travel blog entry by jdkinley

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... more of a jam at the slug lines around the Pentagon!  We stayed on 231 almost to Gadsden, AL where we picked up US-11 north to Fort Payne.  Beyond Fort Payne, we were headed to Sequoyah Caverns and RV Park.  The park is near I-59 but we ...

Davy's on the Road Again, again..., Fort Payne, United States travel blog

Davy's on the Road Again, again...

A travel blog entry by honestman

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... to just investigate Alabama and go cross country to Atllanta. Left Chattanooga and my Satnav informed me that I would arrive in Fort Payne, Alabama, about 17 minutes earlier than the current time showed. Obviously, went back and forward in time today. ...

DeSoto State Park Wildflower Days, Fort Payne, United States travel blog

DeSoto State Park Wildflower Days

A travel blog entry by meganlocke

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Here is a link for further information:  http://www.desotostatepark.com/ There is nothing better than taking a walk in the woods.  And, if you are lucky enough to see some wildflowers, all the better.  But at DeSoto State Park, ...

Exploring Northern Alabama, Fort Payne, United States travel blog

Exploring Northern Alabama

A travel blog entry by brightfamily

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Our trusty GPS, Lola, was not so trusty today!  She took us on a roundabout way and mom got a little carsick!  Cade decided that Lola got into the Scotch the night before, we think he was right!  As soon as we got to the campground and got ...

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AL-- "HOW YOU FOLKS DOING? YOU DOING ALRIGHT?"

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

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... influence. This is the route of the Cherokee “Trail of Tears”, and uncooperative Cherokees were corralled at Fort Payne. Kudzu dominates many of the hillsides. Alabama’s Crimson Tide and Auburn University logos compete.  Ball caps ...

Hmmm...., Fort Payne, United States travel blog

Hmmm....

A travel blog entry by ixtaccihuati

After seeing Fort Payne, Three-Way Inn, and the way people are looking at us, I think we've spent enough time in Bamy.  Time to move ...

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