Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Today we met again at the Chamber of Commerce. Today's goal has been to complete our final report. Needless to say, it has been a day spent in front of our computers. While that may sound depressing, the scene today was one of deep discussion, layered with jokes, teasing, and paper wad fights.

A few hours later, we had a meeting about finalizing our report for the final presentation. We plan on working very hard until Friday in order to have everything prepared before leaving for Birmingham.

The evening hours were spent in leisure, work, and of course a hearty dinner at Hunter's Run.

Lunch With Kahlil

After working all morning at the Chamber of Commerce, we headed  to midtown, Camden and ate at a familiar establishment called Larry’s Drive-In. It was one of those retro-styled restaurants where you drive in and sit down at the tables outside under an awning. It took a while for me to get my order though, but it was worth it in the end. I ordered a Double Cheeseburger combo with crinkle-cut, or French fries. The burger was pretty big considering the patties weren’t your usual thin and flat cuts of meat. The sandwich was so packed, I couldn’t hold it together. Lost a good bit of condiment and lettuce out of it. Of course, a packed sandwich gives you more for what you paid for anyway, so I’m not complaining there. Alas, I digress, for now I must give a brief history about the establishment. It is owned by Larry Gaston, who started the restaurant because at the time there was not a burger stand in Camden, Alabama. It was started in 1994. The food’s fairly decent. You just had better have a good chunk of cash when you decide to eat there. For more information about the eatery, you can go to their Facebook page here:

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