Our road trio through the South continued into Alabama, first with a stop at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham to check out their astonishing display of 1,600 motorcycles, and then on to Montgomery to catch up on our civil rights history. Neither of us had been here before, and while our main interest was to see the Peace and Justice Memorial (which will be the subject of my next post) we were quite taken with Montgomery as a city. As with many state capitals, and despite its turbulent and horrific past, it seemed a relatively small, quiet place with some interesting architecture - traditional and rustic! - and very friendly people.
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