If the Walls Could Talk by Chris E. Warner, PH. D.
Selected graffiti from the scribbled walls of the Last Great American Roadhouse on the Alabama-Florida Line. Each trip to the iconic Pumphouse on the Line is different as the players and patrons are never the same. the revered rabbit hole for unadulterated fun and frolic on the gleaming gulf of Mexico is a magnet for fun-seeking tourists, thirsty locals and generations of Southerners and Midwesterners raised on frothy bushwhackers, cold beer and a rowdy, full calendar of zany events to keep things interesting. When folks finally make it to 'The Bama' they leave their mark as proof of the party, vowing to return to show friends and family. Some sign their name and the date. Some tch a home town or city. Others leave more...much more...moving words of wisdom, wonder and wit...things you would likely never read or think of...except inside that irresistible respite of good times, music, laughter and song...the undeniable, the irreplaceable, the inescapable Flora-Bama Lounge & Package Store on the Alabama-Florida Line (the grand museum of bad decisions).
"I love the nights I can't remember and the friends I can't forget."
"This bar is the second best thing in the world."
"I heard what you did for a bushwhacker. Call me."
Over 500 brief, brilliant bursts of life from revelers of the World-Famous Flora-Bama!