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We also saw the USS Drum SS 228 submarine today. It is on the same site as the USS Alabama and it is cool to get on a sub. The USS Drum SS 228 sank 15 Japanese ships during it's service. The sub is 311 ft long, 27 feet wide and could stay submerged for 24 hours at 2 knots. It had a crew of 72 men and carried 94,400 gallons of diesel. Boy, I could use some of that fuel on this ...
... 42,500 tons. Suzanne and I were very surprised that we could see so much of the ship and you take a self tour so you go at your own pace. We got our exercise in today as you go up and down a lot of stairs.
If you are ever in the Mobile area make sure you stop and see the USS Alabama. It was a great day!
We had a leisurely day visiting the town of Fairhope. Had lunch on the pier and just enjoyed the scenery. You can see Mobile from the pier and tomorrow will take us to see the USS Alabama. Here are some pictures of the pier area and a castle that a resident built many years ...
It was time to move on to Fairhope, Al. It is very close to Mobile and we are looking forward to seeing the USS Alabama and the coastal town of Fairhope. We are staying at Coastal Haven RV Park, a very nice campground with lots of grass ...
Since we decided to stay in Mobile an extra night, today was the day we did our sight-seeing. Luckily the weather cooperated by being mostly clear and warm. So this morning we had a good breakfast and started out.
First we drove over to Biloxi for a visit to the Visitors Center, the Biloxi Lighthouse and Jefferson Davis' Home, Beauvoir. Then back to Mobile to visit the Mobile Carnival Museum. We ended our day with a drive to Foley to eat at Lambert's (Home of ...
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