Oak Mountain Lodge
Travel Blogs from Pelham
... these groups. I have begun eating my way around The South, visited some cool bars and even met the mayor of Birmingham! I'm being looked after well by the Ross' and have an animal friend, Roland, that constantly wants to be petted. My current residence, more fondly known as the Gunty (apparently aboriginal for white man shelter) has made me feel quite at home and takes the guest house to a whole different level. Everything is new and unexpected and that's what I'm loving ...
It wasn't the most exciting of rides we have done, although the roads were pretty good. We took an unintended detour due to the GPS and a missed turn so travelled from Missisippi; Florida; back to Mississippi and into Alabama today. The ride was broken up with refuelling; drinks and back on the bike.
We did stop in Chunky River Harley Davidson in Meridan on the way.
Got into our hotel and were greeted ...
-Rainer Maria Rilke
Book of Images
And you wait. You wait for the one thing
that will change your life,
make it more than it is--
something wonderful, exceptional,
stones awakening, depths opening to you.
In the dusky bookstalls
... time and made no stops! We get to ATL and we are hungry, we found a great place to eat, food was really good, not for just an airport but good for food in general. Jekyll Island Seafood Company, it was fab, We split a marvelous crab corn chowder and both enjoyed a scrumptious shrimp and grits. The seasoning was really good and we very much enjoyed it. We want to thank ...
... walk. The French Quarter after dark, as any one who has been here knows, is a fun place to wander around and watch people and we had plenty of fun making our way there. We walk in and get seated right away and think this may be a good thing. Wrong, the first thing the do is serve us water in 16 oz. styrofoam cups, then we find out they don't serve beer or wine. To make a long story short, the food was good, but they were under staffed and unskilled in restaurant service. ...