Econo Lodge Historic District
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I went back to Columbus today. This time with my mom! To do SUP yoga! The water in the evening was twice as high as yesterday morning (10ft vs 4-5ft). It was windy and about to rain too! There were half a dozen groups whitewater rafting and even more in canoes. It looked fun! We got into the water. My mom had some issues paddling and floated away, haha! But she got ...
... to get a good shot! But nobody can deny that it IS fun to wear bright, pretty yoga clothes, and it IS fun to do beautiful poses in interesting environments. And as I learned today, these seemingly gimmicky yoga classes can be super fun! It's like treating myself to an ice cream sundae after eating rice and beans for a while, haha. The class was held in Columbus, a cute little city 45 mins north of LaGrange. All I knew about it was that ...
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 ...
My last weekend in Columbus, I went to Auburn with Charlie Kelly, Chris Smith, and Matty Rohrback for the Auburn-Alabama baseball game. After a late lunch at a redneck-owned hole-in-the-wall barbeque spot west of Phenix City, we toured the Auburn campus briefly and got some photos with the statues outside Jordan-Hare Stadium before meeting up with Febus, Quinones, and some other ABOLC classmates for the game. ...
Auburn is a rather quiet southern university town, home of
Alabama’s land grant university, now named after the town. Auburn is a quite
large school in terms of enrollment with some pleasant architecture around
several quads. The town, though, seems quite dull for one with such a large
university. The commercial center of Auburn extends about one block in each
direction from the crossroads at the northeast corner of university and is not