Stonehenge and dinosaurs. Both are mysterious, gigantic, awe-inspiring relics of a distant past. And you can encounter both of them at Bamahenge, in rural Alabama. Dennis was in for quite a surprise as Kimberly drove to this remote location without explanation – he wasn't blindfolded, but he might as well have been. Let's face it, … Continue reading Dinosaurs in Alabama
This post was prompted by last Tuesday The Road Less Traveled #TRLT talk on Twitter. See below for how to join the #TravelTuesday conversation. As RVers who have been around the block at time or two we have finally figured out how to avoid extreme weather for the most part. We are now on a … Continue reading RV Travel Experiences in Extreme Weather
You can still smell the scent of machinery and steel and oil. You can still see many of the tools and machines left in place, as if awaiting for the laborers to return from a long break. And you can almost feel the presence of the workers themselves, many of whom are long dead. You … Continue reading Sloss Vibes
(Birmingham, Alabama) Men of all backgrounds came to this forge--oppressors working beside the abused.Now all on the same page of history;more than metal was being fused. But the sweatiest, grimiest labor wentto a select part of the company staff --those with most to prove and least to lose:the back rows in the group photograph.
We came, we saw, we danced. And danced and danced. For nearly all of 2018, we danced in a different scenic or iconic location every day. https://youtu.be/mF6Gt4gUmeQ Dance Across the Nation We began on New Year's Day on the beach in Myrtle Beach, SC; and we skipped and swayed and pranced and capered and cavorted … Continue reading Dance Across America – East to West
The highlight was zooming down the Mountain Alpine Coaster. Our first time on a coaster that is built into a mountain and you control the brakes! <a href=""> Read More...