Days Inn Jasper
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 321, it has many stores and services I presume due to the attraction of the lake. The lake is 35 miles long, has over 500 miles of shoreline, and is claimed to have the clearest water and great fishing. It is nearby the Bankhead National Forest.
Today we will experience two kinds of rides, This morning we leathered up and Jo got on the back of a Harley Davison bike and I hopped into the side car and off we went for an hour of motorbike experience. Our rider, Brian gave us the choice of heading to the high country or staying low in the hope of spotting brown or black bears and elk. We choice the wild life the ride was terrific but the animal spotting was zero. We got some good photo shots of us and the ...
... house, Granddaddy complains again about the DVD that is stick in Drive D of his computer. I'll fix it for you Granddaddy, the New Southerner volunteers, and takes the thing apart, gives the diagnosis. My Dad is amazed, how does one so young know all this stuff? Soon the computer is reassembled, plugged, and dusted clean, ready to use again. We'd better go, I say, have all your hugs goodbye.
Opal walks us to the car, ...
Matt, it''s important to know your ancestry. Think how many people come together in you! I am big on Family Trees, have researched about 8,000 of our relatives now, found their graves, know some of their stories.
You've seen your great-grandfather who is alive and well; now I'll show you where your other three great-grandparents (on your father's side) are buried. My ...
... surrounded by big oak trees, with a giant holly in the front yard. Out back, pecan trees, peach, pear; grape arbors, beehives, and fields and fields of corn, all planted by Daddy Burton. Now it is surrounded by ugly commercial buildings and somebody has painted the house an outlandish purple-blue. I used to sit with my grandmother in the front porch swing.