Travel Blogs from Oxford
... along the way, including one where I found a home-made book with wood covers titled "Indian Patrol." This book was made by a kid in the mid-fifties and included some newspaper clippings from a Chattanooga newspaper. The guy I bought it from was an old picker with all kinds of junk, who goes to all kinds of places, including old coal mines, looking for stuff he can sell.
In Cloudland, Georgia there was a small sign that read ...
... Well, it wasn't the trail for the falls! HA! We eventually found the falls and it was gorgeous. Crazy how it was just right there. After the falls we went swimming in the pool of course. Pool time is a must in this family. After that we made dinner and had a wonderful nights sleep due to no humidity. It felt oh so good. Yep, that's it. Hope you are still enjoying the blog. I am trying my best to keep it updated so bare with me. Chow for ...
... see over the winter. Stephen noted that it was interesting to see in The South. I don't know if it meant anything, but there were only a few people in the theater besides ourselves.
About dinner, if you ever find yourself here in Oxford we have a restaurant for you, Garfrerick's Cafe.
... Anniston Historical Bldg, where I discovered the local history on Samuel Noble, one of the co-founders of the City of Anniston.
Noble is my middle name and Samuel could be related directly. Samuel Noble joined with John Tyler and both formed the Woodstock Iron Works, in Anniston. Woodstock Iron produced cannons and Mortars for the Confederate Army. The rest of ...
YES, WE WENT TO NOCCALULA FALLS TO GET
SOME PIG... BBQ PIG, THAT IS. I MUST SAY
WE HAD MORE OF A GOOD TIME THAN A GOOD
BARBECUE SANDWICH. ALL IN ALL, WE HAD
A GREAT TIME. THEN, WE STOPPED LATER
TO EAT. WE USUALLY GO TO CHRISTMAS
ON THE FALLS AT NIGHT TO SEE ALL OF THE
LIGHTS SO IT WAS WONDERFUL TO ENJOY
NOCCALULA DURING THE DAY TIME. THEY
HAD LIVE MUSIC WHICH WAS PRETTY ...