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... being so close in love and caring for each other through our lifetime together. Now that I have lost two of my siblings and seeing three more not being able to do the things they use to do it is hard thinking some day I may be left alone. After raising my six children and loving all my grandchildren and great grandchildren and being left alone by my second husband I did feel alone and Asked God ...
... it to stop. Well in this case, we couldn't wait all day, but we did manage to get most of it completed during a brief lull. We were on the road by 9:30.
We ran in and out of rain all day and I think that made it seem like such a long day. We actually only drove about 20 miles further than yesterday, but it just seemed like so much further.
We stopped along the road to wait for the Ellerbrocks to fill their motorhome and we switched drivers. About 10 miles ...
VERY EXCITED ! I have to thank my daughter's Cindy and Jenelle and my son Leonard for helpings me set up this blog. My trips would not be the same without all the help they have given me. This will be the most exciting thing I have done in a very long time. Impatiently waiting for tomorrow morning ! Glad to know my home will be secure with Cindy and Leonard holding down the fort ! Till next blog love you all ...
Had to take route 10 from Winnie but it's really boring so we came off just after Beaumont and took the smaller 90 to Lake Charles, Lake Arthur & Abbeville, yes we're in real French country now. The guide book said not to miss St Martinville and Breaux Bridge both really cute French style small towns, with lots of wrought iron balconies making nice covered walkways. At Breaux Bridge (crawfish capital) the book says you can listen ...
Nearly 10 degrees Celsius today! Checked out of our hotel and stopped by a supermarket to get some yoghurt and fruit, then on to Vicksburg Military Park. We watched a video at the visitor's centre then drove through the park stopping to look at various monuments and plaques. Beautiful scenery. There are over 17,000 Union soldiers from the Vicksburg Siege of the American Civil War buried there, most unidentified. We talked about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking