One of three dams around the town of Tallassee on the Tallapoosa River.
This is the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church where MLK Jr. served as pastor for a few years. The basement was used as a base to organize the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
The first White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery.
Doors to the kitchen of Larnie’s BBQ, which has been in business for 70+ years in Selma.
How to dispose of cemetery wreaths.
This was my camping spot one night. Basically in that corner where my bike is. It worked out well. The building is a portion of a church just outside of the town of Marion.
The Pie Lab in Greensboro. Fair lunch, but absolutely delicious pie in a beautiful space. So nice to see a place like this bringing people together in a small town that doesn’t really have much going on.
An unexpected site. Sadly. I don’t know how a thing like this happens. I suspect it’ll be the only horse I find dead along the side of a road.
Bit of my room.
Old boy (girl?, I forget).
He was a fun dog. Great, independent, friendly personality.
Typically I don’t photograph my hosts, but they wanted a picture of me, so I thought I must reciprocate. I also really, really loved staying with them at their most charming home (as evidenced by the pictures). Amanda wasn’t too keen to have her picture taken, but I insisted.
Scott, Love the pictures. The Old south is an interesting place. I love the history. Glad you are soaking it in. The food is also great. BBQ and fried Okra, looks like you are soaking the food in too. Great. Glad it is going well . Hope the weather is better this trip. Been raining of and on for 10 days here. Thanks again for the up-dates. U jay