More from Alabama.

Here are a few more of the 400+ pictures I took back in Alabama this weekend.

My dad prepares some meat while our cat (Catbert the Evil HR Director) hangs out (or hangs over):

I nosed around the woods in Happy Hollow looking for an old mine. I didn't find it, but I think I was really close. I'm going to try and look again in the same area when we go home for the 4th of July.

Sunday was Decoration day at the cemeteries where our family is buried. I didn't take any pictures as Morris Cemetery. This one is from Liberty:


Anonymous said...

400+ pictures, and not a single one of my kudzu factory! Mummy curses multiplied!

duncan said...

oh, believe me John Ben, there are pictures of your elusive Kudzu facilities. If I've learned one thing, it's how to trespass unnoticed.

Anonymous said...

I am eating my way through my backyard.
Did you know it is illegal to transport kudzu in the US because it is classified as a PEST plant. That is crazy - it is edible, why don't more people just eat it, just eat it - OWWW!
You better listen, better do what you're told
You haven't even touched your tuna casserole
You better chow down or it's gonna get cold
So eat it…

I can feel my need for vacation growing like said pest plant. Soon S-town shall know my name, and it is Bee.

Anonymous said...

I have finished reading Morris cemetery and it is now on Interment and/or US Genweb. There is also a link on the Birmingham Genealogical Blog. I did not put pictures but it is up to date info from all the graves.