It was great!
The first thing we noticed was the check-in counter/desk and the Red Bay Hotel sign. We happened to be staying at the hotel for one night while the Roadrunner was getting painted at Bruce Deaton's Custom Body and Paint shop.
I asked if the hotel had made attempts to get the sign and desk to use when it opened a few months ago. Matter of fact, apparently they tried and were not successful in getting the originals so they are using replicas. The hotel is across the street from the museum.
Logging and cotton used to be large industries in Red Bay. Now both are gone. The Tiffin motorhome factory operates on property that was once a cotton gin.
They had a military section which had a number of military uniforms.
Like a thousand other places in our adventures, 'we'll have to come back and see this again'. It is a real skill to be able to see museums and historical sights (and sites) and to be able to digest it all. But it sure is fun and interesting to learn about some of what happened years ago. And we will have to come back again to the Red Bay Museum. It was a nice start but we have a lot more to learn there.
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!