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... in pastures.
After a week there, we headed back to Florida. We are currently camping at East Bank a Corp of Engineer campground in Chattahoochee Florida. We will be here until Tuesday when we head to Thomasville, GA to spend some time with my sisters.
Oh yeah, we bid on several park attendant jobs with the Corp of Engineers and we got the job at
R. Schaefer Heard which is at West Point Lake ...
... to stay up for about 5 hours, and then slept for about 5. Landed in San Fran at 10:30 AM local time. Getting through customs with Global Entry is THE BEST. Took less than 2 minutes. The biggest hassle was the fact that I changed airlines from United to US Air, so had to get my luggage and lug it upstairs in another terminal to check it in at the US Air counter. Then I had three hours to kill. That's when I got tired! Think I fell asleep on the San Fran to Charlotte ...
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This afternoon we finally got around to mowing the lawn. It's not that we are lazy. You see, it has been wet in Tallahassee lately. The original plan was to mow the lawn yesterday since Steele had the day off, but mother nature had other plans. Mother nature planned for us to mow the lawn this afternoon between afternoon showers. I sure hope that this is not an omen of what's to come.
... there we were in a tornado warning area. Tornado II, the sequel... It was all for naught, and by the time we went to bed it was quiet. Most of the night passed tranquilly, until about four AM. The thunder and rain started again, but nowhere near as heavy as last eve. I got up at six and it settled down to just cloudiness by sunrise.
We got out for a nice walk on another Gopher Tortoise Trail. ...
... had started to hit me. A weird phenomenon for me of late is this yawning. I still get up early and don't eat breakfast until nine or so unless we're leaving. The sign for hunger appears and hopefully we can find a place to stop. There are lots of closed businesses down here, but today I just couldn't seem to spot one soon enough. We made it fine, though to today's destination.
We are south of Donalson, Georgia, at ...