After a great nights sleep, we were up early and on the road just following the route I had put into the GPS.
Eventually we crossed into Alabama
The scenery slowly went by at a casual 40 – 42 mph or according to the MOG, 67 kmh.
Around lunch time we rolled into the town of Cullman Alabama, and stopped at Johny’s BBQ. (I had researched all the best lunch spots along our way too.)
Alisa and I split a plate. It was pretty darned good.
After lunch, I had a little detour for us to see a bit of local history.
After checking out the bridge, it was time to move on…
On the horizon a storm was brewing.
But as quickly as it started, the storm passed behind us.
We were in the Bankhead National Forest. I had found a secluded place to camp for the night.
Stats for the day.