Spaced Out in Huntsville

A space shuttle replica sits proudly in the middle of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.

by Carl Calvert
August 4, 2014

  Southern hospitality awaits in this north Alabama city that houses many of the state’s antebellum homes and America’s most extensive rocket collection   Huntsville, Alabama, is well known for its numerous historic sites and down-home attributes. The city’s downtown area is rich in... Read more »

Plains, GA: Frozen in Time, Forever Friendly and Peaceful

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by Carl Calvert
February 3, 2014

  The slow-paced Southern town of Plains, Georgia, boasts hard-working, friendly people, among them the 39th President of the United States who still teaches Sunday school at the Baptist church   Little has changed in Plains, Georgia, with a population of 693, in the last half-century or so... Read more »

Walla Walla: Funny Name, Serious Adventure

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by Carl Calvert
December 4, 2013

  Stroll down the streets of this charming town in southeastern Washington and savor its antique shops, wine-tasting rooms and cafés   Walla Walla is certainly one of the most unusually named towns in the United States. The name Walla Walla comes from the Walla Walla tribe, originally located... Read more »

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