Monday, August 23, 2010

Yesterday my husband and I took a drive down
to the town of Auburn where Auburn University
is located. It was the first time I had been there
and found it very much a college town. We walked
the main street and it was intriguing how they
had put the names of coaches and players in the
the side walk. I enjoyed seeing some of the
University and although it was hot I enjoyed the
walk down the main street.

Sign in front of the University.
One of the buildings of the University.

Another building of the University

This is how they displayed the names on the
side walk. I did remember this coach.

I also remembered this coach.
Even though 3 of my grandchildren graduated
from the University of Alabama, it was nice
visiting their rival Auburn University. Who knows
I may have a grandchild who will attend Auburn


Deann said...

Glad you had a nice trip. War Eagle!

farmlady said...

What a nice post. Those buildings are so beautiful.
The universities here in California are more modern and even the traditional buildings are different architecture. Because of the earthquakes many of the brick buildings are gone.
Here's to all of your grandchildren that make it to these hallowed halls.

Packrat said...

Looks nice. Glad you had a nice day out and about.

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Good Morning my Dear friend...girl what a beautiful brick building how fun your day must of been...I pray all is well in your world today and each day..Things are so busy for me right now...I'm be so glad when my granddaughter Candace has this baby and I can get my life back to normal ha ha!! Oh wait a minute I don't know what normal is any more ha ha!! it seem like my little family has had so many health issues this year and in Oct my daughter Dawna will have surgery and I will go take care of her..Take care my sweet friend...Your the best girl...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Anonymous said...

It looks like a beautiful unniversity! I love the style of the buildings. They are old fashioned which I really like. I'll just bet one of your grandchildren will attend there :>)