Days Inn & Suites Tuscaloosa
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... door was a white crosswalk with black footprints, spanning the width of the street, depicting the March on Montgomery from Selma, depicting change.
Before we headed to Selma, we stopped at the Civil Rights Memorial that was created by the same artist who did the Vietnam Memorial in DC. Like a clock, black granite records a timeline of those murdered by citizens, police, and the Ku Klux Klan. April 4, 1968 marks ...
... really cool. She's a junior at the University of Alabama and she's originally from Nashville. I was starving when I got here; all I ate during the day was a peanut bar and chocolate. I asked if there were any restaurants that are specific to Alabama and she told me about Dreamland Bar-B-Que. I was excited about that because while I was at Drifters on Saturday, a girl who was from Tuscaloosa had recommended it to me when I told her I was going there. It was ...
... I added a ps and asked for their patience in receiving their individual marching orders.
I have a lot of generally unspoken pet peeves. One of them is college kids texting on their phones while they are volunteering. Sometimes, I will fascetiously offer them an empty Home Depot bucket in which to deposit said cell phones. This morning, though, at the start of the day, I was ...
... unoccupied Habitat home until November, when the new owners will move in.
This past week we didn't have out of town volunteers working with us again. Brandon set up the schedule this week for us to do this and that instead of working on the two homes that are under construction. We own two 55 foot trailers (like the kind you see going down the highways) that we use to store tools in one ...
... At the end of the week, Gary just barely held it together in the presentation of gifts to Jennifer. It was quite moving.
When the groups are of manageable size (or even when they are not) I usually like to have them over to my place (the Lion's Den- so named for the Lion's Club that sponsored the initial building that I have rebuilt and claimed as my own even though its not- the YMCA still owns the whole camp) for ...