Travel Blogs from Oxford
We finally made it to the southernmost point of the yard sale, Noccalula Falls Park in Gadsen, Alabama a little before 5:00. We did it! We drove the entire length of The World's Longest Yard Sale, driving a total of 1,764.7 miles so far. This trip was about finding stuff at yard sales, and I have found some really cool things, but the memories that were made along the way will be the most valued treasure of this journey. ...
... favorite thing he did with them. It was super cute and sweet. We get in the car and look at our itinerary thinking we were headed to New Orleans. Behold, we were not. We were headed up to northern Alabama to see some cool falls, camp and head to the space and rocket center. It was cool with us so we made our somewhat surprise adventure. Alabama, it turns out, is really pretty. We arrived at our site and took a nice long 3-4 mile hunk to find ...
... see over the winter. Stephen noted that it was interesting to see in The South. I don't know if it meant anything, but there were only a few people in the theater besides ourselves.
About dinner, if you ever find yourself here in Oxford we have a restaurant for you, Garfrerick's Cafe.
... Anniston Historical Bldg, where I discovered the local history on Samuel Noble, one of the co-founders of the City of Anniston.
Noble is my middle name and Samuel could be related directly. Samuel Noble joined with John Tyler and both formed the Woodstock Iron Works, in Anniston. Woodstock Iron produced cannons and Mortars for the Confederate Army. The rest of ...
... IT WAS VERY WARM IN THE SUN BUT WAS NOT
THAT BAD. THERE WERE SO MANY FOOD AND
DRINK VENDORS. THE SHAVED ICE WAS
PERFECT. WE WENT WITH OUR SON,
DAUGHTER-IN-LAW AND OUR LITTLE SWEETHEART
GRAND-DAUGHTER WHO WILL HAVE A BIRTHDAY
IN A FEW MONTHS. I KNOW WE RODE THE TRAIN
AT LEAST 3 TIMES. IT REALLY WAS ENJOYABLE.
THEY HAD SO MANY DEER AND THE LION WAS
WIDE AWAKE AND ...