Here we are in Red Bay, Alabama - The Home of "Tiffin Motorhomes". These are pictures of the office and manufacturing facilities of Tiffin Motorhomes. As you have probably figured out, this was the birthplace of our home on wheels.This is Main Street Red Bay! Looks a little like Plains, GA, doesn't it? Except Red Bay has two traffic lights! In these pics it looks like some interesting shops, however most of them are out of business - unless they are owned by the Tiffin family. This is the world famous "Swamp Johns" restaurant in Red Bay. The best catfish in the land! Notice the gas pumps out front? Yes, it used to be a gas station. Dinner is served in the oil change bay! No matter the outside, good eats inside! Don't miss it if you are in Red Bay!This is our accomodations at the Tiffin RV park in Red Bay. We left the pollen in Alexander City and got plenty of dust here! It will take us a week of cleaning to remove the pollen and now the dust too! The weather was quite warm and we had a good time, even with the dust. We had a few extra touches added to our home, by master cabinet maker Chris Berry, during our stay in the area. He does beautiful work!This is one of the traffic lights in town. Brown sign directs you to the Tiffin RV park.This, as you can see, is the Allegro Club. It is exclusively for owners of Tiffin Allegro motorhomes. Yes, we pay annual dues and even get a newsletter for the privilege of entering into these hallowed halls of Allegro merchandise!
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