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Travel Blogs from El Dorado
... back. It took a while, and Cody stalled, but finally the boy came back and resumed his place leaning against the streetlight. Cody went out, talked with him for a minute, handed him some money, flashed Justin a thumbs up and walked off with the boy. Justin was not comfortable with this, but before he could catch them they were gone.
The boy took Cody down an alley, through a door into a hallway reeking of urine and vomit, and upstairs ...
... move over so they can. They honk so that you know they are there, in case you missed seeing them. I think they honk just to honk...so obnoxious.
Made our way north to the 61 that took us to Natchez Mississippi before we branched off on the 425 to Monroe LA. As many bugs as we hit going through Texas, lets triple that on the road to Natchez, it was raining bugs...we just watched as those stupid mating bugs flew right ...
Rare Beardless Roberston bother sighting!!
Scott and I were heading through Monroe Louissiana anyway so we had to stop at Duck Dynasty Warehouse. I was actually pretty excited. Thanks to my nephews…I am a Duck Dynasty fan.
So we got the warehouse and it is the same one in all the episodes. They have a makeshift store set up on one side of the warehouse. You can take pictures with their big semi, The Duck ...
... I was stopping in Greenville and have not heard her that excited since her 90th birthday..two weeks ago :).
It's really big.
I stopped at Baylor to see if I could make some quick friends (even though the Medical School is in Houston). The doors were locked...It was 8pm.
Just kidding. Austin can’t fit in a paragraph. Please eject and flip tape to side B and follow along in the next chronicle. ...
... top ride. We did a few rain gear stops... Rain gear on... Rain gear off... Rain gear on... Stopped at Subway for lunch and rolled into Buffalo, MO about 5:30 pm. Mark successfully maneuvered us along a pretty long country road and up the long gravel drive to our base for the next few days. We ended the day with a feast provided by the Kutcheras, great food, great ...