Days Inn Troy State University
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... team were helping to wean her from the tube. We headed to the Olive Garden for lunch and discussed Teresa's recent paper due to be published shortly. It's a survey of US dietitians on the use of blended diet via Gastrostomy tube. In the afternoon I visited Troy university and had a campus tour. Then in the evening spoke to a group of students and staff about my scholarship and findings so far. The next morning was an early start up ...
... however; hates the speed limit changes and stop lights.
First town, Cottondale; a pretty little place.
Loved seeing this sign: "Typewriter Repairs Here" (A blast from my past!)
Do people still use typewriters?
Alabama Welcome Center to get brochures for sightseeing.
Storms predicted around 2:00 in Dothan but clear skies when we got there; no campgrounds. Ozark is the next ...
... towards Birmingham Alabama. It was raining in Birmingham so we decided to skip site seeing here and continue heading south. Next stop was Troy, Alabama and we called it a night. Didn't drive too much, Only around 450 miles . Sorry, I keep forgetting to take pics of the miles driven. Next Phase Jacksonville Florida. ...
Day 1 summary:
Depart from LBK at 12:30 pm arrived in Ozark, Al. 456 miles travelled today.
Skirted a few storms to the east of my route except for 15 minutes of light rain around Homossassa, FL. Route 19 North thru Florida, ...
... really beautiful and one area that was especially interesting was the replication of the Oval Office. A very nice day indeed. Aunt Wilma invited them to attend a concert that a friend of hers plays in. Mom said the music was wonderful and she learned a new word "euphonium". We left Little Rock and went onto Tupelo, MS. Being Elvis fans the folks went to see his birthplace. In 1957 Elvis gave his birth home to the city of Tupelo. It was a two room home, ...