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... was fun and relaxing. At around 10pm we got all ready and hit the streets. Mobile’s NYE party centers around the MOONPIE. I had never eaten a moon pie but it is pretty much a southern version of a May West or Joe Louis. They have a big Moon Pie attached to a skyscraper and it drops at midnight just like in NYC. They had a bunch of stuff going on in the town square including The Village People performing....yes the original Village People! We ...
... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.
(Dedicated to Michael
I have to
start this chapter with a tribute to a wonderful person.
heading to Florida, it was to be a joyous occasion with the wedding of a lovely
young lady we first met twelve years ago.
Back then she thought we may have been axe murderers and was hesitant
when her Mum and Dad invited us to stay with them for a short period of
time. Thankfully she changed ...
... to behold. Getting to run amok and explore its dark and mysterious underbelly, and climb staircase after staircase to attain increasingly majestic views of its prow while the sun lit up the brilliant blue Gulf of Mexico... all 5 of us were mesmerized.
The Battleship Memorial Park site also houses several retired military aircraft, including Shirish's (and now Chaaya's) all-time favorite, the AR-12 Blackbird. Consistent with our appreciation for all things "epic," ...
... Mobile, Alabama. Fort Conde is an interesting place that has its roots before our Revolutionary War. Originally constructed in 1723 by the French, it was also known as Fort Carlota under the Spanish, and Fort Charlotte under the British and American flags. The original fort was totally destroyed when the land became too valuable for the expansion of Mobile, but was eventually reconstructed at 4/5 scale of the original ...