Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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... and laughter started...it was great to spend time with the brothers. Next we drove to eat dinner at the "Twisted Kilt" (think Hooters meets Scottish outfits/kilts). Then back to Kev's bachelor house where we hung out and finally slept as everyone was kinda tired ...
We left Birmingham after spending a couple hours at the Sloss Furnaces. They are National Historic Landmarks, the only 20th century blast furnaces being preserved as a historic industrial site. It was very interesting! The signs that explained the equipment and procedures needed to be updated (things had been moved or the path changed, but the signs didn't reflect that). But other than that, it was very worth while. I ...
... still a lot left to do). Tonight, we will be reminded of just how awesome our TempurPedic mattress is, and how much we've missed it this past month :-) Trip Summary 30 Days 6790 miles driven 148:10 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 24 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 6 National Monuments 7 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National Parks 1 National ...
... is really good; she smiled again. So I made a mental note to drop by again, and hopefully, I will have timed that visit to coincide with peanut butter pie alongside a tall glass of unsweetened iced tea with lemon.
So, after partaking in all that Southern goodness, I headed for Kennesaw Mountain to hike up the beautiful beast. I have been recovering ...
... evening of March 29. Alan and Sarah were there for his arrival.
As we set out from Belmont headed south, we could heard home beckoning us, especially the underwear drawer, because we had run out. The last leg was relatively uneventful, marred only by rain showers late in the day. We wrapped up 17 days on the road and 3,000 miles.
If you have the nerve, join us on the blog for our next adventure. Looks like we’re going to Nashville in July. Watch this ...