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... yogurt. There was an elderly trumpet-guitar duo playing outside a pizza place. Then a younger guy with an interesting round xylophone thing showed up and started jamming. He was very good! Groovy! But I think the elderly duo was a bit resistant. After a few songs, the guy shook their hands and peaced out. Aw. It was a good time nonetheless and we drove back watching the sun set ...
... either paddleboarding or yoga. Man, what an intro to yoga!! Haha, but I must say, it was the funnest yoga class I've ever done! Under the hot sun, it was like hot yoga + extra balance work + the novelty of being on water! And honestly, the worst thing that could happen was falling in the water, which by the end, most of us wanted to anyway! Super fun, it was only $30 for a 75 min class including the equipment! I want to go back ...
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 ...
My last weekend in Columbus, I went to Auburn with Charlie Kelly, Chris Smith, and Matty Rohrback for the Auburn-Alabama baseball game. After a late lunch at a redneck-owned hole-in-the-wall barbeque spot west of Phenix City, we toured the Auburn campus briefly and got some photos with the statues outside Jordan-Hare Stadium before meeting up with Febus, Quinones, and some other ABOLC classmates for the game. ...
... WiFi at a coffee shop and checking out
the campus and town.
Alabama is the deepest heartland of America’s college
football mania, and the biggest rivalry is not with a school in another state
but an in-state family feud with the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. I
left town on Thursday morning, Yvette and Jeff warning me that with a home
football game on Saturday Auburn would start getting gridlocked with RVs by the
afternoon. A ...