Microtel Inn By Wyndham Cottondale/Tuscaloosa
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... side to this entire meal was the gravy. It was way too butter and more like soup than gravy. I'm not sure how they make it, but I've been back since this trip and the gravy is the same. Whatever they are doing with it makes it not worth eating.
Overall Impression: Excellent linked sausage. Terrible gravy.
... years with her church that she attends in Opelika, Alabama.
Usually when I go on trips such as these, I invite people to come volunteer wherever I am working at the time. Crystal, particularily since she lives in Alabama, a little less than 3 hours west of Tuscaloosa, took me up on the invite. She came a few times and helped with the restoration of Bill Taylors house and also the Women's Build on Juanita Drive.
... On the night of his prayer, it was raining and, as he was lying on his bed he looked up and the roof had leaked a little bit, enough to make the shape of a cross on the ceiling. Lucky for me. And my siblings.
Dad served in the army before he was married and was stationed in Ft. Riley Kansas. That was the last cavalry division of the army that still used horses.
After they were married, they moved to Washington, DC area. ...
... But Coke – that's a different story. I love all things coke. It was so interesting seeing and hearing the history and all the different products. My favorite part was taking a picture with the Coca-Cola bear. Mike’s was the "Taste Room" where they had 60 different Coke products from all over the world. You just take your cup and sample away. The end of the tour ended up with a ...
... sides. Last week, too, we built a wall and installed a lockable steel door for access into both (instead of using the roll up type doors that are common on trailers). The goal in setting these up is "A place for everything and everthing in its place" A lofty goal, I realize, but ya gotta go for it, nomesayin?
Most of the females in the group worked on the Women's build and finished up ...