Moffett Road Inn
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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 ...
... Fortunately no serious injuries.
I continued on 98 scenic route, headed north and continued an enjoyable ride. Finally hit I-10 west and headed to Mobile Ala. en-route to Bayou La Batre.
So often families are hit by a wall of wind, confused, scared and in need of guidance. These 5 foundations help families handle the wind wall. They provide that oasis of hope. www.theoneride.net ...
May 18, 2015
From: Mobile, AL
To: Giddings, TX
Time: 12 hours
Ben and I started our day in Mobile with great plans to ride directly to Vicksburg, MS and tour the civil war battle sight and national park. Little did we know that Mother Nature had a different plan for us. After checking the weather radar at breakfast, we decided to forego heading to Vicksburg and instead we would head west on I-10. By doing this we felt we could stay ...
... House 1870 (the one stuccoed and scored with a brick front) is a two story home. The townhouse was very popular after the Civil War. It is thought that the elaborate two story cast iron porch was added on at a later date.
The Malaga Inn (the pink house) dates to 1862. Isaac Goldsmith and William Frolichstein married sisters. These men were also business partners and they both build mirror image homes next to ...