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Feb 21, 2003 - Mobile, AL

Rain greeted us on our way to Mobile. We wanted to see the Bellingrath Gardens -- supposed to be one of the top 5 gardens in the US -- on a beautiful old plantation that was developed by one of the founders of Coca Cola. Once again luck was with us. By the time we stopped for lunch, and got down there -- the rain stopped and we were able to enjoy the daffodils, tulips, camelias, tulip tress, and many other beautiful blooms. Bellingrath is known for their azeleas -- and there were thousands, but they weren't quite in bloom yet -- they must...

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Feb 21, 2003 - Mobile, AL

Rain greeted us on our way to Mobile. We wanted to see the Bellingrath Gardens -- supposed to be one of the top 5 gardens in the US -- on a beautiful old plantation that was developed by one of the founders of Coca Cola. Once again luck was with us. By the time we stopped for lunch, and got down there -- the rain stopped and we were able to enjoy the daffodils, tulips, camelias, tulip tress, and many other beautiful blooms. Bellingrath is known for their azeleas -- and there were thousands, but they weren't quite in bloom yet -- they must...

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Jan 3, 2001 - 1973 October 17 - Tauck Tour – Mobile - Battleship USS Alabama and Submarine USS Drum

Today we drove to Mobile, Alabama, where we visited the Battleship USS Alabama and the Submarine USS Drum. This was the first time I had ever been inside or even seen a submarine. I can understand why being assigned to a submarine would not be suitable for just anyone. The quarters are very cramped.

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