Holiday Inn - Mobile Downtown/Historic District
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Yet another set of quiet days. We headed in the right direction to skip construction traffic. Also, after some looking we managed to find a spot to stop for Southern Food (family here always goes for chains, this time I wanted to actually have some so we stopped BEFORE hand). Mary's Southern Kitchen, I think was the name. Very good, and very happy we stopped, also managed to get a lunch for the next day out of it (thanks to the amount of food).
... Shore Beach and headed down to Orange Beach. As we settled down on the white sands a huge storm suddenly appeared on the horizon and within minutes we were engulfed in torrential rain which was as warm as a bath. The kids couldn't care less and continued to swim in the sea while Lee and I huddled in the car. Within ten minutes it had passed. Crazy weather! It has been great visiting Alabama which is very much a less well trodden tourist state but nonetheless lovely. Next stop ...
... was time to stop for lunch in Gulf Shores Ala. Great pictures, shrimp salad and an ice cold beer. I only had 80 miles or so to Bayou La Batre, Ala. With the sun shining, I headed north to 98 west again to then Scenic 98.
All of a sudden a wind blast hit from the north. It was so strong I pulled off at a Shell Station.. Limbs from trees were down and towns people from around the area ...
... gloves, and uniforms of former baseball greats and the other memorabilia they have left behind. Henry Aaron is still alive today and remains active in civic affairs. His boyhood home serves as his museum, and was moved 7 miles from its original site so that it could be located at the AA Baseball Park which is home to the Mobile Bay Bears. The stadium bears the name of Henry Aaron. He is in a class by himself when it comes ...
... Shores looked like a large parking lot with a few trees scattered throughout so we decided we did not really want to stay there either and found Blakeley State Park about an hour north just outside of Mobile.
The AL State Park website described Blakeley as a “modern campground” with large pull through sites in “secluded wilderness” and new bathrooms with showers. Within the park there is also a Civil War Battlefield and ...