Courtyard By Marriott Tuscaloosa
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... trapped in a sunbeam off some mean kid's magnifying glass.
Dexter Street ends at the white-domed capital building, and saw some action. At an ordinary bus stop in 1955 an ordinary seamstress named Rosa Parks refused to leave her seat in the "colored section" when the driver asked her to move to make way for whites. That one refusal embedded her into American history and set off the Montgomery Bus Boycott that ...
... to hang out with. I posted my trip to Tuscaloosa and Jocelyn offered to host me for the night. The weather was awful all day and it got worse during my drive to Alabama. It just kept raining and raining. It was pouring so hard that you could barely see 10 feet in front of you! On my way to Tuscaloosa, I stopped at the second Harley store of the day, Heart of Dixie Harley Davison in Pelham, AL. Their selection wasn't the best but I found a tee that I liked. I ...
They tried to overwhelm me. Outnumbered 30 to 1. The mechanical engineering students from the University of Alabama came out Saturday to help build Cretia Craig's new home. Usually the ratio of staff to volunteers is a little better than it was yesterday. Mary Guinee, our Americorp National staffer, would have been with me to help herd the cats, but she had just spent the week at a conference ...
... sides only- front to back) the old record for installing the sixty or so 3 foot by 16 foot metal panels was two hours. When they heard about it, the record went down to an hour and a half. Not bad for some volunteers, eh?
The hello in this weeks title goes to Miss Mary, whose last name I will get for you next time. She had come with a college group last year sometime and had a great ...
... track of these things, tells me that we have worked with over 14,000 volunteers in the three years that Ive been here. Faces are easy to remember when you walk up to them on Monday morning. Names, well, that's what our pink duct tape and sharpies are for.
I was off the Monday the group started to work on Juanita drive. Merle and Michelle normally work on different sites but this time were able to work together. They ...