Bay Hill Marina Rentals

Address: 6049 Bay Village Drive, Athens, Alabama, 35611, United States | Villa
 
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This villa is located on 6049 Bay Village Drive, Athens.
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Travel Blogs from Athens

Dead Coon Hounds Only need apply

A travel blog entry by ellieo1114 on May 24, 2015

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After church with Al Green, Tim and I took a mini road trip to the Muscle Shoals area along the Tennessee River in Alabama. Along the way we passed a sign for "Coon Dog Cemetery", at which point we turned around. 10 miles down a windy country road, also a "Birding Trail" (I thought it was a bridling trail), we came upon the only Coon Hound Cemetery in the world. This is no joke...only coon hounds are ...

Something is Fishy at Logan Lake!!

A travel blog entry by wingsandwheels on Aug 16, 2014

15 photos

Who likes to fish? We certainly enjoyed fishing with my sister, Dena and brother-in-law John. Of course riding on the pontoon was not complete without Smokey (their dog). The weather was still a bit hot for the big fish but we caught a lot of fun size bass that wanted to fight their way off your hook. Not only did we fish but Galen and John was very busy building some wooden fences to add to the enjoyment of their lake house. We ventured off one night to dance hall, Briar ...

Day 2 TAT

A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Steve - Day 2 of the TAT. But where is it? we left the trail yesterday and omitted to take note of the directions while we found a motel. took us an hour to back track to the right place and off we go. The roll charts are working well and only needed the google maps on mark's phone once or twice and only because of a bridge ...

Swanee to Pulaski, TN

A travel blog entry by jamiemartina on Jun 04, 2014

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Another college! More dorms! Had my own room!
Thunderstormed SO HARD the next morning. We had a nap/cuddle-puddle/ukulele-playing/TV-wa tching fest until 8:30 and then decided to van everyone to the next host. It was a tough decision but an easy call. That storm was not about let up. And indeed it did not. (see the picture) We totally lucked out, though, because the awesome ...

A VERY LONG DAY

A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Nov 11, 2013

4 comments, 16 photos

... 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 ...