We headed to Toomers Corner in Auburn, AL over the weekend.
Toomers Corner is adjacent to the main gate of Auburn University and was named for State Senator and businessman Sheldon Toomer (he founded the Bank of Auburn in 1907). Auburn students traditionally gather at this location to celebrate the Auburn spirit by throwing rolls of toilet paper into the old oak trees. Most recently, the students et al, celebrated the BCS National Championship win for the university.
By the time we arrived on Saturday, most of the toilet paper had been removed and they were working on cleaning up the rest. On Tuesday, you could not see the trees through the toilet paper.
None of the trees along College Street were left free of paper during this particular celebration.
If you are looking to get energized, this is the spot. The energy in this location is palpable.
100 years of positive energy is stored in this location waiting to be shared.