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Alabama The Beautiful

This is the state that I now call home.  This state is stunning in natural beauty and loaded with outdoor activities. From hiking the hills of north Alabama, mountain biking, wooded forests, lakes and rivers, historical trails to the stunning white sand beaches in the far south, this state has given me so much to discover, see and do. I have such a long list of places to visit and can’t wait to get outside and play in this playground.   Here are some of my Alabama visits organized by city.  For my Alabama food stops not listed in the 100 Dishes To Eat In Alabama Before You Die may be found under Meandering MEGabites in the dropdown at the top of the page. 

  1. Cherokee You know that scene in “Sweet Home Alabama” when Reese Witherspoon visits her dog’s grave? Yes, there actually is such a place. Key Underwood Coon Dog Memorial-

MOBILE

  1. Mobile-Home to the “original Mardi-gras” Joe Cain Parade. Raising Cain

MONTGOMERY

  1. Did the famous London artist Banksy make a stop in Montgomery at the time of the 50th anniversary of MLK march? Banksy er no?
  2. Who says that there isn’t any beer in Alabama? Brews-fest and Brews-cruise on The Harriott II
  3. Civil Rights Trail-Montgomery Civil Right Walk
  4. Montgomery Biscuits Baseball  I had to wonder why this team is called after a flaky staple? Biscuits
  5. Fair Time in South-Central Alabama-Alabama National Fair

ORANGE BEACH

  1. Orange Beach-I went to Mulletfest and chucked a fish from Florida to Alabama. Mulletfest

PRATTVILLE

  1. Prattville-Just the usual historic paranormal golf-town. Prattville-Paranormal, historic and golf.

SELMA

  1. SelmaSauntering Selma-Checking out Selma, Alabama

TUSCUMBIA

  1. If I Ever Have A Dead Coon Dog Coon Dog Cemetery was a really memorable stop.  Do check it out!

 

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