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... Louisiana we stayed at Chicot State Park. Chicot is surrounded by water and bogs, you know what that means right - Alligators!! We unfortunately we didn't see any. Although I am keen to spot one I would love it to be from the top of a bridge or a car. Not riding right next to one or deciding to sit down for lunch next to one... At the camp site many people came to inform us we were in the wrong place.... How could that be? Well we had finally ...
... oyster bar, shroom chocolate party favors (neither of us knew about these till after we left), and everyone in costume. However, in the movies everyone looks like they are having the time of their life. It wasn't not fun, but maybe just not our scene... I think there just wasn't enough dancing. Unlike the rest of the city that night, we ended up going to bed at a reasonable hour.
The next morning, we met up with Aubry and Thomas. We were all moving slow and curled up under ...
... act, and live a certain way.
I have to explain something that I call "The Fear Switch". If I allowed myself to be afraid of such things as: sleeping amongst the unknown wildlife creatures, crazy drivers, dangerous roads, bad people, rough cities, mountains, deserts, bad weather, isolation, hard work, even failure..., then I wouldn't last a day.
So, I turned all those fears off like little switches at the start of ...
We left NYC heading to Pensacola, Florida to stay with one of Rachael's friends from camp, Amy Workman, who she hadn't seen since 2002. I was excited to meet her, her fiancee Heather, and their four dogs, also to see Pensacola. When we were driving around upstate NY and New England our usual radio station was 24-Margaritaville with Jimmy Buffett. I can't wait for my biggest worry to be where the lost shaker of ...
... necessary', but what's done is done.)
2) If you are going to drive in this kind of weather, go a bit slower. (I'm a total hypocrite on this one.)
3) Running water is terrifying to drive through and you tend to drift a bit.
I hope everyone of you is being safe in your flash flood driving practices and staying dry (hopefully inside of a structure with four walls, a roof, and no wheels). Until next time...