Chewacla State Park Campground and Cabins
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... lost, we spent a (memorable) few hours at the impressive (though crowded) SkyBar before making the hour-long drive back to Fort Benning where I spent the night on their incredibly comfortable couch. It was a fairly brief but memorable trip and I really enjoyed the chance to hang out with some of my closest friends who would be stationed at more distant posts (Fort Ric******* and Fort Bliss) over the next few ...
Auburn is a rather quiet southern university town, home of
Alabama’s land grant university, now named after the town. Auburn is a quite
large school in terms of enrollment with some pleasant architecture around
several quads. The town, though, seems quite dull for one with such a large
university. The commercial center of Auburn extends about one block in each
direction from the crossroads at the northeast corner of university and is not
Last full day in the U.S. Before I leave for Australia. There seems to be so much to remember and prepare for the long flight, so I'm starting now! Hopefully I don't forget anything! I know it's going to be such an amazing experience, but I can't express how much I'm going to miss my loving husband. Jeremy, I love you and can't wait to see you when I ...
After visiting Tuskegee University I drove over to Auburn for my scheduled visit during their dinner and Bible study night. There were a little over 100 young folks there but not many that particularly cared about seminary. I did speak with a couple of folks and one in particular, Winston, who is certain about wanting to go to seminary after graduating from Auburn. I had a good time ...
... Granted, I've traveled to several developing nations where many in the population is still very poor and witnessed these living conditions, but never in the United States.
Andrew and Bernice lived in a rural part of town around Auburn on a piece of property that had been owned by their father. On the property was a run-down house that was literally falling apart and was absolutely unlivable. Attached to the house ...