Here are a few more photos from this Southern adventure.
My sister’s cat, Phoebe, is amazing and cranky all at the same time. She adopted my sister, literally — she got in the car and wouldn’t get out.
I ran a half marathon the last day I was in Alabama; amazingly enough, I finished second in my age group and (if memory serves) seventh overall.
That’s all for this trip! If you enjoyed these photos, you can find the rest of the highlights here and here.
After visiting Georgia, we trekked to Alabama. Part of our time there involved a trip to Tuscaloosa. My wife had never been to The University of Alabama, and I managed to snag tickets to Alabama’s game against South Florida. (Later on, you’ll see how tough a ticket that was.) It’s always nice to return to the Capstone, and here are a few photos from that trip.
The historical marker at Tuscaloosa City Hall is kind of worn, but I like it that way.
Evergreen Cemetery is adjacent to Bryant-Denny Stadium, and houses perhaps even more history than its more famous neighbor.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen more text on one historical marker than I’ve seen on this one for Tuscaloosa’s Evergreen Cemetery.
The entire time I was in school at Alabama, I never ate at Rama Jama’s. I fixed that error.
“Alabama, listen, mother, / To our vows of love….”
The South Florida – Alabama game featured a canine halftime show!
For the first set of photos from this trip, click here or click here for the next set.
In November/December 2014, my wife and I traveled to see family in Alabama and Georgia. We started in Georgia, seeing my adopted big sister and her family.
My amazing relationship with Stacey, Patrick, and Noah are proof positive that you can choose family, too.
There’s always a pet or three in their home, and my favorite is Turkey. That cat is not smart, but he’s a good-looking guy.
As the adage says, he fits, so he sits.
Aside from our hosts, the highlight of the first stage of the trip was a visit to Old Mill Park in Roswell, Georgia. The park is full of history and natural beauty.
One of the many old structures standing in the park.
Part of the old mill
Covered bridge over Big Creek
I’m sure Bob Ross would have considered this to be a happy little waterfall.
Mill race to serve the mill that used to be in service next to Big Creek
The water was still enough in places to serve as a mirror.
Looking back toward the waterfall.
You can find more photos from this trip here and here.