Holiday Inn Huntsville - Research Park
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... and shook with the huge sound. The preacher was Bishop Joseph W Walker the Third, dressed in a snazzy suit, speaking full-throttle but with incredible volume changes, and inviting Amens and Hallelujahs while convincing everyone around us that despite our momentary trials, the Lord is about to SHOWER and RAIN his blessings on each one of us (Amen, Hallelujah).
As we left, many people wished us well, including a woman who proclaimed 'It's ...
Pulling out of Paduca, I got back on ol Mr 24 and motored merrily along my way...The road got progressive hillier (I think I made up another word) as I went along. The scenery was kinda cool tho what with some of the trees turning to a soft yellow and some of the sumac a fiery red. Some of the far off vistas wasn't to bad either.
Ol Charlie done good climbing those mountains this time around. It sure ...
... official name given to the town when it was chosen as the county seat in 1810. Within the district are homes of various architectural styles many built prior to 1860. The houses have been carefully researched and identified. Several have been included in the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) of 1935 and detailed plans of these structures are on file with the Library of Congress. We do a drive around the joint checking it out, take a couple of pikkies, and head on our ...
Today we decided to watch The Amazing Team Challenge which is when riders try their skills on a course that is set up. Well 'watching' turned out to be PARTICIPATING. Our friends and some others managed to persuade me to ride and glad I did too. What a blast. Traffic cones defined a set course that you had to ride without hitting ...
... and with all the bikes - and there were close to four hundred apparently, the organisation was spot on. A huge compliment to the GWRRA organisers and the police. As we rode through the suburbs we could hear calls from the folk on the side of the road, "Look, Australia". Obviously they recognised the Boxing Kangaroo. Wasn't hard. The flag was enormous! Everything went as smooth as.
After that, we shot over to the Drill teams.