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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... flower, and they are the state flower of Alabama. Camellias grow on bushes and the flowers come in lots of different colors and shapes. They look a bit like roses but they are sturdier. I am attaching a photo of a "purple dawn" camellia. My dad planted one of these camellia bushes in my own back yard in Florida. He knows a whole lot about camellias.
125 miles down, 1,040 to go!
What can I say - another great day of golf here in the deep south. We were wondering if the long drive to Dothan would be Worth it. We are so glad we made the trip as Highland Oaks didn't disappoint in the least. We started the day as always with a quick trip to the Waffle House. Can't believe that we don't have one right next door her in Greenville, I am not sure what we will do tomorrow. We drove out to the course. I think we ...
... coexist comfortably in the same spaces and the same voices. The stars shone brightly on me, night-busing south and sleeping fitfully. I arrived in Montgomery, and i was collected by Laura. Laura who lives with her father on the green banks above the old marina they operate, comfortable on a gentle bend of the Alabama River. Laura who doesn't have a lot of couchsurfing visitors through her neighbourhood, but who happened to have two at once. there was me and there was Kwinci. ...
... and playing The Bible Game on XBox when we got home. Wednesday morning (January 11) Sarah took us to Montogmery downtown via her air force base station (she is a captain, soon to be promoted to major). We stopped at the Montgomery Visitor Center at the historic railway station - very grand with stain glass windows. We looked around the exhibit and decided to visit the Montgomery Capitol and White House. We were given a free visitors car parking space. At the ...
... some about Michael, and some about people in general, and some about the American Red Cross. I always thought of the Red Cross as professional diaster-fixers, poised for action at all times. But it's just people. Of course there are paid, permanent staff and there are experienced volunteers who have done this before. But really the Red Cross is people. Most of the people I met in Montgomery were volunteering for the first time. When I put on my red vest, I am the Red Cross. When ...