Quality Inn Downtown Historic District
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a WWII era submarine, the USS Drum. This submarine was commissioned in 1941 and saw plenty of battle as well. If you have never been in a sub, it is amazing to think that over 70 people could be in those cramped quarters for long periods of time, underwater. That would not be an assignment for me.
The submarine was extremely well maintained and access to the inner workings was as free as it was on the Alabama. It looked like you could put it in the ...
"You are in real redneck territory here". So we were told by the man in the hardware shop! (I had to ask John what a Redneck was - originally poor white rural people). All the locals have very thick Southern accents down here. They all start each sentence with "Yous all......"
Passed Florida's State capital, Tallahassee. Bit like Canberra, in the middle of nowhere, in the Florida panhandle (the narrow bit ...
... it got started.....here's a bit about Mr. Bellingrath....
Though a native of Atlanta, Walter Bellingrath was raised in the small town of Castleberry, Alabama, where he got his start at the age of 17 with the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. His first job was as a station manager and his duties included sending and receiving telegraph messages. His ...
... see new uses for giant zip tie). No matter where you go, it's about learning to live there. Depending on what you settle for; it may be very little, but we have the ability to improve it while preserving its integrity. In some places it is very obvious that people hold tightly to self improvement, and in others to a life of subsistence (not in the Indian way) and allow things to deteriorate. On to New Orleans. What a dump! I know New Orleans just got hit by a hurricane ...
... way appeared to be nearly underwater but evidently it survived because it is still standing. Today the water level is so high we are having to use our ladder to get in and out of the boat. When we first arrived, we could just step down onto the dock in nothing but shirt sleeves. Now we run our heaters so much we have tripped the power several times in our efforts to stay warm.
In spite of the gloomy weather, there have been some high points at Dog River ...