Greetings fellow road warriors!! We’re into Day 3 of the AMB Blog Tour, and we’ve already done a cross-country trek from Georgia to Idaho! It was a blast to travel the wild west, but now it’s time to head ‘back East’ as they say! So back in the car we go and onward ho!
Our original itinerary had us going from Idaho to Connecticut, but sometimes it’s just more adventurous to veer off course! For the First Stop on Day 3 of our tour we’re headed to the beautiful state of Alabama! Here’s a fun fact I learned about Alabama: The world’s first electric trolley system was introduced in Montgomery in 1886. Who needs a car when you can go green and ride the trolley?!! Speaking of green…..It’s my pleasure to introduce you to our next guest blogger, Julia of greenquilts.blogspot.com!
From Day 2’s trip from Idaho to today’s First Stop in Alabama, we’re glad you’ve stuck it out for the long haul. Let’s travel north and back up to the East Coast for the Second Stop of Day 3 on the tour. If inventor Elias Howe, resident of certain capital city (Boston, ahem!) in our next State, had not invented the first sewing machine back in 1845, I’m not sure where we’d all be, eh?! Let’s check in with Jen of aquiltingjewel.blogspot.com, representing Massachusetts, and see what kind of license plate creation she’s sewn together!
Good thing the State dessert for Massachusetts is the Boston Cream Pie, because after all the driving we’ve done, we all deserve a piece!! See you tomorrow for Day 4 of the AMB Blog Tour!