Hampton Inn Alexander City
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The Vulcan statue was the contribution of the burgeoning city of Birmingham to the world at the St. Louis Worlds Fair in 1904. It won the grand prize for the metallurgy pavilion and both the cities of Saint Louis and San Francisco tried to buy the statue after the Fair was over. It is a strange statue, honoring the Roman god of smithying. It is the largest cast iron statue in the country, 57 feet tall; several ...
... connection that not just some of us had, but that every single one of us had. There was a rainfall of joyous tears, enough hugs to asphyxiate 4,500 bears, and perpetual smiles that would make Dentine proud. It sounds like a bunch of emotional/psychotic basket cases, but you'd have to have been there to understand.
The best part of the events were two.....the endless stories of the crazy stuff we did, the multiple tours we took across the east coast with ...
... and his wife, Bea came with her son, Billy and wife, Tammy and 3 children: Mikala, Mikala and Josh. (blended families are fun).
Cheryl’s brother, Chuck was also there. He grilled some great pork! Everyone brought some food to share.
Bea’s daughter Jamie and her boyfriend, Brent ...
After months of planning and saving I am on my way to a strange country to meet a tour guide to see a new world. What an adventure!!!! We leave for Atlanta Airport. Chris my eldest son has come home to stay for the time I am gone to help Howard (my husband) with caring for our dogs. We get to the atlanta airport and all goes well. Until we taxi onto the runway and all planes to NY,NY are being held due to a storm in NY. Finally on to ...
... election?! That means that there's a much better chance of the school not receiving funding next time this issue comes around in Congress (which is annually). Not that the lack of funding would be equivalent to the closing of the school, but it would start a Congressional study of the consequences (good and bad) of the school... hopefully that would be the beginning of the school's closure. Plus, our new Speaker of the House has been ...