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Old 06-20-2012, 06:36 AM
Location: Orlando
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Ok...only three more days and I'll be in hopefully my newly adopted state!

We did get a hold of a realtor and she's lined up about 10-15 properties for us to look at.
Some on the "brow" of Lookout Mountain...I have to say I'm really interested in those.

A couple in Sylvania, Valley Head, Mentone, Ft Payne and I believe Collinsville.

Of course while I'm there I HAVE to go to the Alabama Fan Club Museum....I have a long love affair with Randy....he just doesn't know it and it's been going on for about 35 years....shhhhh let's surprise him.

The more I read about Desoto State Park the happier I am that we decided to camp there.

I do believe the Unclaimed Luggage Store in on the list but from what I've read about their pricing, it will be a short visit. At least I can say I've been there.

We'll have a couple days on our own to explore Arab and Guntersville so rest assured we'll check them out too.

Also....has anyone been to the Moonlite Bistro in Mentone or Ol Tyme BBQ in Fort Payne?

No matter what we find, I'm really looking forward to visiting your beautiful state!

See you soon
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Old 06-20-2012, 06:49 AM
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I have to agree about Unclaimed Baggage, there is a lot of stuff but much of it is overpriced. I would rather go to Cathedral Caverns in Grant. It has the largest frozen waterfall in stone.

I know you are going to love it here. It is hot right now though especially in the PM. I know you live around Orlando but the one thing about here is it doesn't usually get really hot until late in the day.

I am excited to hear your thoughts on the area
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