Days Inn Gadsden
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... and some of you (or your child/children) might become a player in an entry, but I wish for you to read this journal of sorts. I love you all. And I want you to be a part of this trip I'm hoping will bring me healing and peace. If you want to see that progression, read this blog. If you don't...then I still love you and will tell you about my trip when I get back in a much abridged version. :) Happy ...
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 ...
We are traveling a few more miles between stops, and staying fewer days. We traveled from Louisiana, through Mississippi, and into Pell City, Alabama this past week. The various RV Parks we've stayed at during our trip have given us a wide range, a very wide range, in hospitality. We do have a few necessities the parks must have before we even consider stopping; 3 way hookups, pull-thru, level ...
... Calliope ship shape for our continuing voyage. Don wallowed in the bilge all day while Bart washed Calliope and put some ropes on the new buoys. After he had finished his work, Don spent some time with us talking about his experiences on the ocean and telling us where some of his favorite anchorages were located on the river and on the TomBigbee. We enjoyed swapping boat stories. As evening and sunset approached, Bart and I walked around the marina ...