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... 160;Many of the local side streets ran through tunnels and had no pedestrian crossings. Also, a mile-long train decided to brake right when I was about to cross the train tracks so that was fun waiting half an hour for it to start moving again since I couldn't walk through any of the tunnels... After that fun two mile journey I got to the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame which is a way to honor anyone even tangentially related to Alabama. Their ...
... are hoping that we will enjoy a replay of the spring flower parade at home. In case you are wondering, Sweet Home Alabama by Lynard Skynyrd and Alabama by Neil Young, are really about the same thing. The south getting beyond their racist history. There was never a real controversy, they were friends, Neil Young and Ronnie Van Zant. The rednecks that hold up Sweet Home Alabama as an anthem simply misunderstood what Van Zant was saying to Young; that not ...
We must be crazy leaving Florida this morning, (this great state of Florida) Slowly making our way back to Kentucky. As we leave Pensacola Florida we are driving to Cherokee Campground in Helena, Alabama. Should be there late this afternoon. Not liking the coldness I feel in the air as we approach I-65. Haven't traveled this highway since August.
Spent a restful night in the forest at Cherokee ...
... and horseback riding. It's a great place for a cookout with family and friends.
There are some seriously good barbeque restaurants in the Birmingham area! One of my favorites is called Dreamland Bar-B-Que. For a long time, the only food on the menu was barbeque ribs and white bread! Now you can order BBQ sandwiches, side dishes, and banana pudding there too.
We have now covered 258 miles together! That's 415.2 kilometers.
... fabulous. This morning we went to the Civil Rights Institute. An amazing interactive, three dimensional large complex that sadly but accurately described the entire beginnings of the civil rights movement. Birmingham was ground zero for all of the action. Rosa Parks, a seamstress, taking the incredibly bold and brave action of refusing to sit in the back of the bus, to the burning of the Freedom Riders Bus (which was there) to the burning of the ...
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