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Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site and Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site

These two sites combine to become something of a treasure hidden in eastern Alabama! The sites are only about fifteen minutes apart, so you can easily experience both sites in one day. 457 more words

Junior Rangers

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Legacy Through NPS Sites

“Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope.” These are the words found on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC. Years later, this still rings true. 365 more words

National Parks

Off Season- Tourism

The sun is shining but it doesn’t have any impact. It is minus 6 Celsius, and the road report states it is “center line bare”, which really means the plows have scrapped off the top layer and packed down what couldn’t be removed.  997 more words

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Plains, Georgia

Heading out of Alabama on Wednesday, November 1st, we set our sights on a place we’ve wanted to visit for a long time: Plains, Georgia. With our interest in exploring U.S. 1,277 more words

National Historic Sites

Tuskegee, Alabama

Our last stop before heading into Georgia on our way south was Tuskegee, Alabama. We arrived in neighboring Auburn on October 30 for a two night stay, and visited Tuskegee on the 31st. 776 more words

Alabama

Blog Reality Check 

I feel like the momentum is slowly slipping away. Summer vacation has become a memory and the thoughts and feelings from those trips are 452 more words

Projects

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site

This place was a BLAST!! Get it? A Blast?? But seriously you won’t want to “miss”ile this historic site. We stopped here before we drove through the Badlands.   325 more words

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