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Saturday, Angela Livingston, Gini Steinberg and I enjoyed walking around downtown Selma and even crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. We met Kelly, Meredith and Kathy at a Mexican Restaurant downtown for lunch.
The 6:00 PM wedding was at First Baptist Church and the reception afterwards was at Sturdivant Hall. ...
As I drove through Alabama, I saw hundreds of yard sales. The state much have declared it a state-wide yard sale day! Larry joked that this was how most Alabama residents paid for their children's wedding.
Lots of friends from Charlotte attended the rehearsal dinner. The Friday night rehearsal dinner was lovely. It was held at an old warehouse that had been converted to an arts center. Food and fellowship was ...
... Photos of the hanger and the surrounding airfield are included here.
From Tuskegee we headed west bound for the Selma to Montgomery Historical Highway, which looks a heckova lot like a regular old road to the untrained eye. To be fair, this road is actually very pretty, too, in places. I guess the biggest complaint I have about it is that it ends up in Selma.
One of the best things about a road trip is being able to stop along the way when you something catches your eye. As we were driving through Alabama, we spotted the NASA space center. It looked interesting so we stopped for a few hours to have a look around the museum and space centre, and learned all about the NASA program for exploration on the moon.
... bridge today. I'm planning to hit a segregated school tomorrow, though Patrick is resisting it, before we head off to Montgomery, a great mixture where buses meet History. Struggling to find a cup of tea in this place but otherwise going well. This is our first night in a motel, so couch surfing and SERVAS has been interesting for us.
Love to all
John and Patrick
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- Swimming pool
- Room service