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... arrived so we had some familiarities. I had so much fun, we had a juggling competition and just chatted whilst kicking the ball at our feet (definitely cool).
After a few days of doing not much in the dorms, waiting for the team to flow in, ready for pre-season.
I began to get sick. Definitely not something I planned for when training for pre-season. But, nothing was stopping me, I didn't come all this way to sit out first day of training and ...
... is even the slightest bit interested in the civil war, this is a must see place.
Another neat thing about Vicksburg.. near the rear of the park there is actually an iron-clad gunboat (USS Cairo) that was brought up from the river and has been restored/partially re-assembled in a manner where you can walk through it... and right alongside it is the museum housing all the artifacts found from inside the wreck - the number of artifacts is awesome and the ...
... done that, and upon seeing that the next few days were going to bring coastal storms, let's head north and go visit Vicksburg, site of the second most important US Civil War battle.
The Coastal Highway out of Apalachicola remained lovely, quiet, picturesque and a pleasure in the Florida sunshine. However as we approached Pensacola, Spring Breakers traffic started appearing, getting the roads a lot busier. Though we did pull over in Destin ...
... is twice as big as Candlestick Park, they have at least 30 "White House" replicas for each of the various fraternities on campus. Absolutely gorgeous. We are now in Montgomery, Alabama to spend the night and plan on visiting the Civil Rights Museum in the morning which is located in the motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A very interesting day, We are now off to Burmingham, Alabama for the ...
We left Robertsdale if for no other reason than to escape the constant gunfire from the shooting range nearby. Driving into Mobile reminded us of driving into San Francisco from the Bay Bridge, because it is approached by a bridge. Once we got into Mobile, we went into a tunnel to go under a shipping channel. I added a photo that I took as we approached the city. The tall building reminded us of the Empire State ...