Knights Inn Florence
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... Tears in 1839. It took five long years, but she managed to leave Oklahoma and return by foot to her beloved land in Alabama.
We then rejoined the party at the Hasting house for a cookout of hot dogs and beer. It was a delightful end to a great reunion.
Shortly we will be leaving Florence and continuing our journey heading towards Mississippi.
... the 80s (20s C). We arrived with our sunburned faces late Thursday afternoon and were greeted in the parking lot by friends of Jayne.
We intended to head to New Orleans first, but we're invited to the Class of '63 ZBTHS mini-Southern-reunion. We will be here for the next three days visiting with former class mates.
The event starts this noon with lunch. We will keep you posted. ...
... Muddy Waters (credited by his real name, McKinley Morganfield on my Zep records, which caused me some confusion at first) got me going and opened the door.
So here I am in Mississippi, deep into the history of the blues, from where sprang the music that I grew up listening to. But before cruising down Highway 61 and meandering along the Mississippi River, I stopped over in 'The Shoals', Alabama. Three towns side by ...
We slept very well last night due to the long day of travel and the boat rocking all through the night. Unfortunately, with winds in excess of 45 miles per hour we discovered we had drifted a a couple of hundred feet backwards. We are in a narrow cove with the water level not at full pool so this was a bit of a concern, especially with the winds being so relentless all day long. The anchor has held thus far but we checked our position frequently to be sure we were not drifting. It ...
... there were long stretches were we did not pass much in the way of civilization until we approached Decatur, Alabama. It got a little crazy at this point because of increased traffic, a low railroad bridge and some barge traffic. If you aren't aware, Decatur is a huge barge port. Right as we got into the thick of things, we approached a rail road bridge that only had 17 feet clearance, a bit lower than the height of Calliope. We had to put down our ...