Days Inn Cullman
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It is already freezing here! I heard Mom and Dad ask the nice lady at this campground if we could stay 2 nights. I have to go outside again; Dad is putting on his shoes.
Mom & Dad are washing towels in their new washer / dryer combo ... they are in their bedroom watching it go round and round while I am trying to nap. I don't get it!
... NY that just walked in.
Everyone's like, "oh my, it must be very different for you down here!" Why yes it is very different down here, simply in the fact that you are saying that in such a jokingly and friendly manner. And I refrain (most of the time) from talking trash about New Yorkers.
This church service is full of arms-in-the-air hallelujah jammin' to the songs being played by the band in the front. The preacher gives us ...
Drive Birmingham to Double Springs:
I-65 by Birmingham needs some major repair; very bumpy.
Hwy-278 west at Cullman; amazed at the excellent quality of this two-lane highway through rolling hills--sometimes curvy.
Corinth Recreation Area in William B. Bankhead National Forest.
Two Campground loops--Yellow Hammer and Firefly. ...
"Cinco" might be a bad name for a sailing blog entry. :) But the guys got to do a little celebrating today as they made it to Dacatur just as the sun started to come out.
After leaving Wilson locks earlier, they traveled Wilson Lake and then Wheeler Lake which are both either part of or maybe turn ...
Greetings, from Decatur, Alabama - just west of Huntsville (pretty much smack in the northern center of the state).
Today was a 400+ mile drive that started early in Boone. Both Matt and Andrea had to leave home early, and we needed to get moving too, so we woke up early, said our goodbye's and were mobile by 8. It did, however, take some time to weave our way out of North Carolina.
North Carolina grew ...