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I-65 by WK McCall
I-65, a photo by WK McCall on Flickr.

Quick rest stop


Good Enough

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Good Enough by WK McCall
Good Enough, a photo by WK McCall on Flickr.

Sidewalk Fix

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Sidewalk Fix by WK McCall
Sidewalk Fix, a photo by WK McCall on Flickr.

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We’ve got to replace a section that had to be removed for some work

The Drive to Dothan, AL

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I had to drive to Dothan, AL on 01/26/2012 for work so I took a few minutes while having to stop for a snack to take a few pictures going to and from Dothan that day.

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Getting to stop and take a few pictures makes the drive better.

My Tubo Pictures

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Union Springs Old City Cemetery

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Old City Cemetery (The Confederate Cemetery)

Micaja Norfleet Eley donated land in 1849 for the Baptist Church and an adjoining public cemetery. The oldest cemetery in Union Springs. It served the city for 35 years. The Confederate Monument at the center of the cemetery was unveiled at the intersection of Prairie and Hardaway streets on March 29, 1895 by the Ladies Memorial Association in 1973 it was moved to its present location.

Locally known as the Confederate Cemetery, it includes the tombstones of some twenty-two Confederate soldiers. Below the Confederate soldiers grave sites is a marker which reads, “Union Prisoners of War. 1861 – 1865. Victims of Plague.”


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While visiting Lake Eufaula

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Taken on the lake in Eufaula, AL

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