Take Us Along November 2023

Alabama Living Magazine

We’ve enjoyed seeing photos from our readers on their travels with Alabama Living! Please send us a photo of you with a copy of the magazine on your travels to: mytravels@alabamaliving.coop. Be sure to include your name, hometown, electric cooperative, and the location of your photo. We’ll draw a winner for the $25 prize each month. Make sure your photo is clear, in focus, and not in shadow. 

Dwight Corn and Alice Greenwald, members of Baldwin EMC from Foley, visited Fort Clatsop in Oregon. The fort was the winter encampment for Lewis and Clark during the winter of 1805-1806.
Judy Knopps of Valley Head and Sand Mountain EC went to Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, with Kay Hatifield.
Vicki Miller of Arab, Alabama, a member of Arab Electric Cooperative, recently visited Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest in Germany. She traveled there with friend Pam Huggins.
Carol Parker and her husband spent two weeks in Germany last fall. The members of Baldwin EMC visited the highest restaurant in Germany, on top of the Zugspitze in the Bavarian Alps.
Shirley Day, a member of Cullman EC, visited the The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, where she met a descendant of one of the original family of Canary Islanders who settled the city.
Larry and Betty Rasco of Cullman EC took a 50th anniversary cruise to Hawaii last year and took along their magazine. They are from Baileyton.
Ray and Beth Ewbank of Equality, members of Central Alabama EC, took their magazine to the historic Portland, Maine, Head Light Lighthouse last fall.


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