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Day 1- Native American Festival at Moundville, Alabama
The state welcome centers are always a good stop, but this time Alabama had a surprise for us! Near Tuscaloosa, and close to the highway where we were traveling, was a Native American Festival at the Moundville Site. Due to the time change from eastern to central, we would be able to catch the last afternoon of the festival. The ...
... REAL grayhound bus, put my own bag inside the luggage space and climb on. Nice bus, Clean, Leather seats. Smells OK. And to my surprise, 110v power outlets at each seat and free on board wi fi. WOW. What a difference. Life is better.
Off we go to DFW to arrive at midnight with a departure at 3 AM. No surfing the internet. Just dosing sleep. Nice ride.
We arrived around 1:45 AM but I had until 3. The DFW station is more modern, has a restaurant and much cleaner. I ...
... Christmas we will drive to Oklahoma to spend Christmas with friends and back to Texas and then back to the boat in Mobile to begin actual cruising. We are actually going to go somewhere this time.
Of course things change.
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The adventure continues.
... I changed one right away. The engine started right up.
We got up early the next morning at daylight planning on our longest travel day to date to an abandoned wood chip loading dock in a cut out off the river. We had used it before and really liked it.
I started the engine and let it warm up and soon it started acting starved again. REALLY bummed out I climbed back down to the engine and started looking for leaks. Sure enough the ...
... under the I-20 Interstate which is about the half way point for this journey.
The water here was extremely muddy and full of logs and limbs. Someone has to man the lookout for trash in the water while someone guides the tiller and two men handle the buckets.