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Trip Release - January 18, 2018

We are headed back to one of my favorite places -- North Alabama. We are going to revisit Tuscumbia, Alabama's Spring Park. traveling This historic park dates back to the early 1800's. It provided water for the town founded on its banks. Michael Dickson from Tennessee was the first settler about 1817. The town was laid out in 1819 and incorporated as Ococoposa (Cold Water, 1820). Name was changed to Tuscumbia, in 1820, for a Chickasaw Indian Chief Tuscumbia.

What a trip. I get to visit some fantastic places and visit close relatives at the same time. Win, Win!

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Trip Release - December 20, 2017

Back in November I sent you a note reminding you of the Annual Peterman Arts and Crafts Festival. traveling For the folks in the near area, I hope you took time to see this great festival. If you did not get to attend this year, next festival will be the last Saturday before Thanksgiving 2018.

We had a great time at this year's event. We hope you enjoy the video.

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Trip Release - December 10, 2017

OK, so this is another one of those museums that I have heard about for some time, traveling but kept thinking that "natural history" (animals) museums are not my thing. And again, let me say, "Boy was I wrong", again. This is a fantastic place to visit. What makes this so ironic is the fact that it is just up the road from my hometown and I never got there till this trip.

The Anniston Museum of Natural History is a museum in Lagarde Park, Anniston, Alabama, exhibiting more than 2,000 natural history items on permanent display, including minerals, fossils, and rare animals in open dioramas.

I hope you enjoy the trip as much as we did.

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Trip Release - November 10, 2017

As a history buff, I enjoy studying history and the characters that made it significant. Totraveling me, one of the most fascinating periods in our country's history was the period around the Civil War. The United States was still young and expanding, but it was in danger of breaking apart due to differing ideologies -- ideologies where leaders found little compromise and they were willing to die for their beliefs.

This is one of those stops that was not on the schedule, but sometimes those are the best kind. We were on our way back home from a trip to northwest Alabama when I noticed a sign that led us the Crooked Creek Civil War Museum in Vinemont, Alabama, just outside Cullman.

The Crooked Creek Civil War Museum, housed in an old log cabin, is home to a host of Civil War memorabilia. Located on a battle site where Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and Union Colonel Abel Streight fought for several hours at Crooked Creek. Later they engaged in the Battles of Hog Mountain and Day's Gap in April of 1863. The Museum is part of the Forrest/ Streight Trail.

I hope you enjoy the trip as much as we did.

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