Holiday Inn Columbus North I-185
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I went back to Columbus today. This time with my mom! To do SUP yoga! The water in the evening was twice as high as yesterday morning (10ft vs 4-5ft). It was windy and about to rain too! There were half a dozen groups whitewater rafting and even more in canoes. It looked fun! We got into the water. My mom had some issues paddling and floated away, haha! But she got ...
... she had an assistant who's doing SUP yoga for her senior year college project or something. We had to wait around 10-15 mins for the paddles that were nowhere to be found. Then off we went! So for some reason, I thought the paddleboard would be a lot sturdier than one would expect. I mean, people are doing yoga on this thing after all... But no, it was about as stable as you'd expect, like not that much and would be pretty easy to ...
A couple days after going out with a bunch of my friends (Charlie, Chris, Matty, Adam, Mikey, Nigel, and Joe) to the Cannon Brew in downtown Columbus one last time, I finally signed out of Fort Benning and 2-16 Cav after close of business on Friday, May 15th and made the five-hour drive to Tupelo, MS, driving through a heavy rainstorm and impressive lightning storm along the ...
... lost, we spent a (memorable) few hours at the impressive (though crowded) SkyBar before making the hour-long drive back to Fort Benning where I spent the night on their incredibly comfortable couch. It was a fairly brief but memorable trip and I really enjoyed the chance to hang out with some of my closest friends who would be stationed at more distant posts (Fort Ric******* and Fort Bliss) over the next few ...
... a time when the U.S. armed forces were
still racially segregated, a training center was established outside Tuskegee
to prepare black soldiers to be pilots, a site that is now Tuskegee Airmen
National Historic Site. Although there is a gigantic parking lot at the Tuskegee
Airmen site and two hangars of displays on the Tuskegee airmen, I was the only
visitor; ditto for the museum at Tuskegee Institute. Well, two more checks off
the list of NPS units.