BEST WESTERN PLUS Gadsden Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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We're hitting the road again today. We will be heading towards New Orleans to see the sights. Eboney has read a few books that mention the Lafayette cemetery so that will be one of the sights. Although we are driving, this is going to be a great Father's Day. I couldn't ask for anything more. This trip, and being with my family make it all worth it. Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there including my own Jack, Jodi's dad Al, and stepfather ...
The Swann covered bridge was the 3rd and last bridge on the loop and was the longest. It was constructed in 1933. The entrance is 9ft wide and 8ft tall. It is the longest of the 3 at 324ft long. All of the bridges are on the U.S. National register of historic ...
... and very quiet.
Speed limits a bit confusing, my Satnav said 70mph and everyone seems to be doing that, but the signs said 55mph.
As usual all the signs had minimum speed limits too.
Got to Fort Payne and it was shut!!! Followed some Trail of Tears signs to a Cherokee Chief's home, called the Andrew Ross house. The house is now privately owned, although photographs of the outside are encouraged.
There is more to this story, as I may get to ...
... know if the toilet has been "foot flushed?" So my day was a slow, relaxed one, contemplating the mysteries of the marina.
We did solve another mystery. We discovered that the "pirates" we saw upriver in Chattanooga were in fact the Nina and the Pinta and they had followed us to Guntersville. When we woke up this morning the two ships were moored directly across the lake from us, with their flags raised and their crew in sight. For a fee, ...
... messes with your boat props but provides great fishing. We saw more fishermen here than any previous lakes. Luckily, the lake was so wide we did not have to slow down and reduce wake like we usually do. There were so many water birds along the way, with some flocks stretching for miles. They seemed to enjoy the plants as well as the fish. The mountains were not nearly as tall as the ones we left behind but were still impressive. ...