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Mar 28, 2013 - Evergreen, Alabama (Americas Best Value Inn)

March 28/13 We got up early to go east on I-10 to Mobile, Alabama, then north on I-65 to the hotel in Evergreen. The day was spent going through three states: Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. We found a few geocaches along the way at rest areas. Hotel Notes: Americas Best Value Inn, 1 King Bed Non-Smoking, $61.88 (advance reservation?), Average quiet room, First floor room on 2 floor outside corridor motel... We could see the trailer if we stepped outside. Breakfast sucked... Staff was not very helpful/friendly. Poor wifi (actually stole...

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Dec 21, 2007 - Happy Holidays - quick update

Hello all. No photos today. I have plenty on the camera but not had time to upload them yet. My haircolor is now back to reddish brown...I couldn't handle the streaks!! We left to go do a job in New Orleans and haven't made it back to Lanett yet! We worked in New Orleans and then got a bunch of jobs in Evergreen. We will spend the holidays in Lanette, Montgomery and Evergreen and then back to work. Christmas doesn't seem real here....it's 70 degrees and sunny. Snow? No!!! Hahaha. The weather is great and we are busy. We are putting both of...

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Nov 6, 2007 - visting Luther and Molly Upton

Here are some more photos of our visit at Luther and Mollys. We've got their house and a big bouquet of flowers (mom....you gave me some just like it when I was in Higganum and they remind me of you). Also I had to include Odie and Bud (2 of the 4 dogs), Bush as a baby (cause it's my favorite) and recent pics of us. Love you all.

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Apr 29, 2007 - Talladega AL to Evergreen AL

Getting out of the track was a breeze and I found myself in Montgomery a couple of hours earlier than expected. I was down to visit the Civil Rights Museum but it was sadly closed by the time that I did roll into town, so I spent twenty minutes admiring the fantastic Civil Rights Memorial which is a moving tribute to those killed in the movement. When you compare the way people handled themselves in the face of such unbelievable treatment, it really showed the rednecks back at the track up for what they are - utter morons. Montgomery itself...

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