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In search of an Historic Church founded in 1891. Inner City Birmingham!

Click here and join me as I search for an historic 1891 church in inner city Birmingham! Today’s micro adventure takes me to the inner city of Birmingham in search of an historic church founded in 1891. The church is Birmingham First Untied Methodist and it was founded in 1891 and still holds services to …

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Sunday Ride – Exploring the OLD SOUTH. Inspired by TRUE LIFE events.

Click here for my latest short film, Sunday Ride – inspired by true life events! Old antebellum home and town squares! Urban Exploration is what today’s adventure is all about. Inspired by true life events… Today we take a Sunday Ride to explore the historic old southern city of Eutaw, Alabama. We’ll step back in …

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Exploring The American Village and Festival of Tulips – Montevallo, Alabama

Click here and join me as I explore The American Village and Festival of Tulips! Today I’ll be exploring The American Village and Tulip Festival in Montevallo, Alabama. The American Village and Tulip Festival in Montevallo and Tulip Festival is held once a year. Here is the history of The Village according to https://www.americanvillage.org/history/ When …

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A Town Called Eutaw – Founded 1838 – Town Square and Antebellum Homes!

Click here as I explore the 1838 Town of Eutaw, Alabama, Gateway to the Black Belt – Town Square and Antebellum homes! This week’s micro adventure takes us to the 1838 town of Eutaw, Alabama, Gateway to the Black Belt. As I explore Eutaw, Alabama the Gateway to the Black Belt, we’ll discover a beautiful …

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SLOSS FURNACE! – as SEEN on Travel Channel’s GHOST ADVENTURES! Just for Fun!

Click here and join me as I explore Birmingham’s Sloss Furnace as seen on Travel Channel Ghost Adventures! Today I visit the historic Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, Alabama. The location is now a national historic landmark with a past. I’ll even take yo to the historic “Tunnel” Some say it’s the most haunted steel mill …

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