Our road trip takes us to a piece of history (and film history) in Mobile, Alabama, where we run across Battleship Memorial Park, and the famed USS Alabama.
Trip: Off to Myrtle Beach
We travel from Shiprock, NM to Myrtle Beach, SC, and stop off in Florida, Louisiana and Texas on our way back.
Have you heard this fish story? Not to be outdone by it's nearby neighbor, the Bluegill Restaurant in Spanish Fort, Alabama, also provides a photo op for tourists. in the form of a giant fish by it's sign.
While we were traveling through Spanish Fort, AL, we stumbled across The Oyster House...and it's roadside oddity, a Russian Sea Rescue Pod.
Our road trip continues to Spanish Fort, Alabama, where we snap a picture of "Piknmera", dentist Barry Booth's 16-foot-long ode to dentistry.
On the grounds of the US Sports Academy (USSA), there is a collection of impressive "Junk Athletes" by artist Bruce Larsen - so nicknamed because these impressive figures are made completely out of junk.
Our road trip takes us to the United States Sports Academy, where the receptionist lets us snap a few shots at the walls of sports-themed sculpture and artwork.
Our road trip continues to Daphne, Alabama, for a look at a unique memorial to Veterans in the shape of a bronze fist holding an American flag.
Our road trip continues in Pensacola, Florida, where we spot a surprise memorial to missing children right across the street from Veterans Memorial Park.
Our road trip continues in Pensacola, FL, where we visit Veterans Memorial Park, which is full of stunning monuments dedicated to those brave men and women who have served their country in war.
Inspired by a similar cow-themed project in Portland, Oregon, downtown Pensacola, Florida has slowly been taken over by fiberglass pelican statues since 2004. We managed to "capture" a few of these birds while in town.