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... during Panama City Beach Bike Week when I drove a truck for Dragonfly Cycle Concepts. My memory of 6 years ago has faded but when I started walking around I started to recognize places we visited. I managed to put in 8 miles and upon return found Sini crashed in her lounge chair enjoying the sun. She hadn't improved much so we decided to write off today instead of trying another night on the town. We watched November Man early and I tucked her in bed at ...
... a tourist road that has few exits and trees all along the road. A very nice change from the more commercial areas and I saw some deer along the way. At the end of the trail it started to get dark early! I had crossed the time zone and at this edge it moved the sunset earlier. I found the Nachez State Park and camped for the night. It went down to 0 at night so I woke early from the cold of sleeping in the back of my truck.
... pretty proud of it for my first
day, so even if it was exhausting I knew I was getting there.
We got into our campsite at about 12
and set everything up and made lunch. I made and amazingly delicious
sandwich consisting of peanut butter, jelly, chopped up cliff energy
bar (which traveled to Azerbaijan and back), and Cheetos. If this is
what we get for lunch today I can't wait to see what we can come up
with tomorrow. Ale, Seb, and I then rode ...
... up to the table (at which point Hannah jumped up onto the bench), Hannah suggested Rob move the meaty BBQ tools because that was clearly what Mr Raccoon was going for... just as the raccoon took the entire large box of cookies that Hannah was enjoying in his mouth, snatched them away when Rob tried to take them back, and disappeared under the cabin with the whole lot. Hannah was VERY upset about the raccoon stealing ALL HER COOKIES!!! Rob was very amused by the ...
... on July 4th. This gave the Union control of the Mississippi and cut Confederate supply lines turning the tide of the war for the north (Well, that's the Sunday school version)
We took a CD audio tour of the battlefield and saw a lot of monuments, plaques and etc. However the one thing that topped it all was the U.S.S. Cairo Museum - a dredged-up Civil war Ironclad ship covered by a massive tarp and wooden walkways. We visited the museum ...