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My Road Trip To Albany, Ga

On the road from, Ms to Al, to Ga for A Girls Weekend.

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    I stopped along the road to have my picture taken in a wooded area. It was really spooky.
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    This is the rural town of Perdue Hill, Alabama. William Barret Travis the commander of The Alamo and a hero in The Texas Revolution lived here.
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    Karlotta in front of one of the homes in Perdue Hill.
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    Masonic Lodge #3 in Perdue Hill, Alabama
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    This is The Paul J. Brown House which is listed on the National Historical Registry. It was built by the 1st Jewish mayor of Albany, Ga. for his son.
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    I thought I went to enjoy a fun filled weekend "Living the Good Life" instead we all had to move lumber from the outside basement of the home to dry after a pipe broke. LOL
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    Karlotta a real Diva she only moved small items. LOL
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    The owner of the house Caroyln not only gave orders all day(LOL) but she helped also.
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    Hell, I was tired of moving lumber so I started sightseeing as the STRONG MEN worked.
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    Can you believe THE DIVA was doing manual labor like this. LOL
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    Caroyln(The owner) asked us to be good girls and take pictures with the help. She paid them a whopping $11.00. LMBO
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    That's Carolyn with the help.
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    Me in front of The Paul J. Brown House
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    The next few pictures were taken at The Nelson Tift House it was built in 1864 by the founder of Albany Nelson Tift. It is now called The Graham House by the current owner.
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    I need one of these in my kichen.
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    The owner of the house is the third lady from the left.
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    Can you believe this is what was once used to wash clothes on.
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    The Nelson Tift House currently know as The Graham House.
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    The Albany Civil Rights Institute. During the 1960's Albany played a prominent role in The Civil Rights Movement.
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    Mywonda St. Rose Tour Guide for The Albany Civil Rights Institute.
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    Albany's Welcome Center.
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    The walk of Piano Keyboard at the Ray Charles Plaza.
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    The Ray Charles Plaza. Ray Charles songs are played as the monument slowly turns.
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    Shiloh Baptist Church where the Albany Civil Rghts Movement begin.
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    Walking in the bronze footsteps that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr toke when he started the Civil Rights Movement in Albany, Ga.
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