Motel 6 Anniston Oxford / Talladega Spdwy
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 ...
"I'm in here to say goodbye," Oliver says before he goes to daycare. Oliver came in and gave us a hug, what a sweet heart. When he left Hugh got really sad and got up to find William. "Mommy, Williams not here," he says with big alligator tears. Matt and I explained that he left earlier with Julie and we could leave them a note before we left. As we got ready to go, Hugh drew a picture of the boys and him in the back chasing the chickens. It ...
... 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.
... was spent taking photos of Noble grave sites, homes and churches.
Wednesday I will be going to Rome GA., to see the Rome Iron Works, started by Samuel Noble, which also produced artillery for the South.
With this rerouting of my trip to Rome, GA, I will then head to Chattanooga, Nashville, and Memphis.
Stay tuned for suprises to come from Rome Ga.
Peace out ...
... IT WAS
NEAT TO SEE THEM DURING THE DAYTIME, TOO.
I DID NOT CHECK THE BATTERY IN MY CAMERA
BEFORE I LEFT AND OF COURSE IT WAS DEAD
UPON ARRIVAL. ANYWAY, I GOT A DISPOSABLE
CAMERA IN THE GIFT SHOP. THESE PICTURES
ARE NOT THAT GREAT BUT SEEABLE FOR ANY
ONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO GET A GLIMPSE OF
THE BBQ FESTIVAL IN GADSDEN, ALABAMA.
WE ALL ENJOYED OUR SELVES. SO, I AM