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Tonight we stoped at an Rv Park about 25 miles south of Birmingham, AL. This is a really rough campground, should have stayed at Walmart. But you know the place is almost full with people heading south this time of year. $42.00 a night to park on the side of a hill on dirt. Won't be back here any time soon. Looks like we be into Foley a couple of days ahead of schedule. ...
... to get out of bed every morning--something ive been worried about since the day alex moves out had begun approaching. 5) if any of you want me to bring you back any goodies--comment with the request below. 6) my Lonely Planet Pocket Guide to Copenhagen came in the mail two days ago and ive been saving reading it all until alex moves out. the idea of reading it, underlining things i want to see and do, and highlighting maps makes me feel giddy. That's all for now. Love to you ...
... strangers while on vacations dedicated to personal growth and by engaging with them in a meaningful manner has always paid off. So, this is my first blog entry. I have four blogs (an older one from 2009, then one for Ballytobin (Ireland) and one for Copenhagen and one for San Francisco. I am inviting you to read my blog. You don't have to, obviously, but I promise it won't be boring. It might ...
"Is that it?" "Yeah dad, that's definitely it," I retorted upon pulling up to the remarkable 2.6 mile-circumference Super Speedway. The Talladega Speedway truly was something else. After a multitude of selfies with old race cars with retro advertisements, we took a bus tour of the track itself. Driving on the track where Southern legends created their legacies was awe-inspiring. Some classic pics in the winner circle saw us leave for the ...
... the front was buried while the trunk end sticks up in the air. I'm not sure what this was selling but it did catch my eye. There were plenty more and each is like a work of art expressing the individuality of the maker. I would have loved taking pictures of these things all day but we were pressed for time and I wasn't quick enough with the camera to capture them on the fly. Along with the smaller sights, we passed by the National ...