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Apr 1, 2014 - Langston, AL

After a short stop in Tampa, we headed for Nashville and the NCAA Women’s Final Four. Along the way we made stops in Gulf Shores, Montgomery, AL, and Langston, AL. The stop in Gulf Shores was short and pretty non eventful with the exception of a nice dinner with Bill and Beverly Mason. They tried to convince Stephanie that she would enjoy fishing – not sure they succeeded, but she hasn’t back out yet. After an overnight stop in Montgomery and dinner with Hoke and Caroline Kerns, we headed to Langston, AL. The campground, on the shores of...

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Feb 15, 2012 - Langston, AL

From Florence, we drove to Huntsville for a stop at Costco and then to a campground we'd visited last summer, near Langston, AL. We arrived on the 13th and left on the 17th, doing much of nothing while we were there. It rained a lot and the weather didn't turn warm until it was time to leave.

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Sep 14, 2011 - Eastern Alabama

Another beautiful day greeted us, on the 14th, and we left the magnificence of the Smoky Mountains. As I mentioned in the last post, our parking spot, in Pigeon Forge, was not the best we’ve ever had, because we had gotten the last available spot in the RV Park. That didn’t matter much, since we were never there. As always enjoy our driving days, because we never know what we're going to experience during the day. When we stopped for lunch, at a rest stop on I-75, the first thing we saw was a lady driver for FedEx, getting into her truck...

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Sep 1, 2009 - The Lake in Langston

Another of our camping clubs, Resorts of Distinction (ROD) has a campground in Langston, Alabama just about halfway between Huntsville and Birmingham, so this was our next stop. We arrived on Wednesday, August 12, and planned to stay two weeks. The campground has been voted the best in Huntsville, and it is, indeed, a great place to spend two weeks. All the campsites have a view of Lake Guntersville, and this is one of the friendliest parks we’ve been to. Dozens of people of have stopped to chat, one has brought us home grown tomatoes, and...

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Apr 29, 2007 - Langston, AL

The hills in northern Alabama were a surprise. We have never been in this part of the state and it is gorgeous! To reach Mountain Lakes Resort, we drove east from Huntsville and followed Guntersville Lake for about fifteen miles. At that point we had only seen half of the length of the lake. It is formed by the Tennessee River and covers 69,000 acres. The park has one-half mile of lake frontage. This is a great place for fishing, boating, and watching Canada geese.

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