Scooter Ride to Dekalb County in Alabama,_Alabama

DeKalb County was created by the Alabama legislature on 1836 Jan. 9, from land ceded to the Federal government by the Cherokee Nation. It was named for Maj. Gen. John Baron DeKalb, a hero of the American Revolution. The county is located in the northeast corner of the state, and is bordered on the north by Jackson County, on the west by Marshall County, on the south by Etowah and Cherokee counties, and on the east by the State of Georgia. It currently encompasses 778 square miles. The county seat is Fort Payne. Other towns and communities include Collinsville, Crossville, Fyffe, Mentone, and Valley Head.

Here is a picture of us in Fort Payne with the musical group Alabama.  Man, those guys are tall!

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