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College football. Wow. My mind has been blown. The idea that a college town's population could simply grow by 100,000 just for a day as people flow in for a football game sounds ridiculous, but to see it is something else. The town of Auburn became an overflowing sea of people wearing orange yesterday as fanatical fans came to support their team, the Auburn Tigers. I was introduced to the idea of tailgating which is maybe somewhat bigger than the game itself. People set ...
... and started slipping down. By the time we got to the top our walk had taken us just over 2hrs. Stunning views across towards Atlanta. We were so close to the eagles soaring above our heads you could see there faces. After a while we caught the gondola down and were able to see the carving up close, it is massive. We then got the car and drove to the Grist Mill and covered bridge which had been moved there back in 1891. We ...
... will open in July of this year. The current displays and material were fantastic.
On down the road in Tuskegee, we visited "The Oaks" the home of Booker T Washington. Booker was one of the founders of Tuskegee Institute. The house and many of the original campus buildings, were built by the students. Wow, if your black in Alabama, you have to build your own college, if you want an education. Must have been a lot of well educated bricklayers, back in the ...
Well I just created this blog thingy for my great European adventure... (that's what this blog site is calling it, I'm just going with it). 3 weeks in Copenhagen finishing up my ENVD capstone project, then 10 days in London/Paris! But yeah even though I don't leave for another month or so I'm trying this blogging website thing out here. Great exciting stuff, huh? Just check back in precisely 38 days and hey, I'll be on a plane to ...
This morning was the Savannah tour day. We were picked up at the hotel by a shuttle bus that dropped us off downtown. Our driver was Ms. Janice. As soon as she heard that most of us were from Texas, all she could talk about was gunna git her some cowboy and how good she be look'n on a horse. She also told us how good the food is in Savannah and that we won't be see'n no size 6. She was a ...
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