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... Unfortunately, the water was too rough and it started raining a bit, so we had to get out for safety reasons. We got to do two poses, haha. Charlotte the instructor apologized and said she can refund us or we can come back any time. We said we will come back! In August or so, I guess! Afterwards, my mom and I decided to hang out in downtown Columbus and grab some bites ...
... of a busy street... Sure, it looks beautiful, but like most traditional yoga practitioners, I view it as a huge ego/vanity thing. I don't think it's so bad as long as people remember what yoga is really about. But I know there are yoga practitioners who think it's a blasphemy, especially because it's gotten to a point where these attention-hungry contortionists are going down onto subway tracks and up prohibited areas of ...
A couple days after going out with a bunch of my friends (Charlie, Chris, Matty, Adam, Mikey, Nigel, and Joe) to the Cannon Brew in downtown Columbus one last time, I finally signed out of Fort Benning and 2-16 Cav after close of business on Friday, May 15th and made the five-hour drive to Tupelo, MS, driving through a heavy rainstorm and impressive lightning storm along the ...
... 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 ...
... game in Alabama is something I can live without
Between Auburn & Montgomery is the town of Tuskegee,
famous for the Tuskegee Institute founded by Booker T. Washington during the
post-Civil War era as a college for freed slaves. Parts of the Tuskegee
Institute, including the building where George Washington Carver conducted his
many experiments on uses for crops like soybeans and peanuts are now part of a
National Historic Site. ...