Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Seymour, Indiana, United States

May 17, 2019 - Week 1

We started off leaving our house at 5:10 a.m. since we wanted to get an early start to try to beat the lovebugs in Florida, however we ended up getting them in Georgia, our first stop was in Toomsboro, GA visiting the lady we lease our hunting land from Miss Nan, we spent 2 nights with her and she cooked us an awesome lunch on Tuesday of fried cubed steak, some sort of field peas, rutabegas and homemade biscuit. We left her house on Wednesday the 15th around 9:00 and traveled to Talladega, IN to spend time with my sister Iris, Missy,...

Jump to full entry

Jul 23, 2015 - Seymour, IN (a.k.a Charlotte and Bill's)

Made it to Seymour IN and met up with our friends from 1971. They were our friends while I was in the USAF and we were stationed in northern California. They were the first baby-sitters for Jeff when Emily and I went to SF for a weekend. Had a great time together just visiting and telling old stories. We hope they will come to NC sometime soon so we can be their hosts too. We are down to our final four days. We are a little melancholy that we our trip is almost over but we have had many experiences that we will remember for a long time, (we...

Jump to full entry

Trip Journal

Takin the Slow Road

Jun 12, 2010 - Leaving Home

We left home today heading for Minnesota for a 4-day break before heading on to Emigrant, MT where we will visit Yellowstone National Park. As of this point, nothing too exciting to report except for the rain following us all day from West Virginia to where we are spending the night at a Wal-Mart parking lot. When we arrived, we noticed black skies and turned on our weather radio only to discover they were calling for the possibility of severe thunderstorms. We heard sirens going off in the Wal-Mart for a tornado warning. As of now, no...

Jump to full entry

May 30, 2004 - Day 21: Tornado chasers

The morning's first stop was Davis-Kidd in Nashville. Although similar to the others we have encountered in the Joseph-Beth chain, this one could be differentiated by its large and grandiose central staircase. So far this was the nicest of the Joseph-Beth stores we have visited and Andy, the manager, was kind enough to donate travel coffee mugs to our fellowship. All Joseph-Beth stores seem to have impressive travel sections, which makes one want to browse endlessly, but we couldn't linger--we were off to chase tornados! As we were...

Jump to full entry