Ozark/Fort Rucker KOA
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... took losing three of them before we figured out we hadn't put them on the duffel bag correctly....yea, we're not very sharp these days. The burns on my hand are healing nicely from grabbing the BBQ grill and ribs to stop them from hitting the ground at Terri's house. You'd think the legs on a $10 dollar grill wouldn't collapse but you'd be wrong. When it came to ribs or my hand, ribs won, hands down!
It was so miserably ...
... articles on the topic which is how I got in touch with her. She kindly arranged hospital visits for me and invited me to stay in her home too. On the first day I went to shadow a dietetic led outpatient feeding clinic designed to improve children's oral intake. The clinic compromises in addition to the dietitian: a speech and language therapist, occupational therapist, social worker and nurse. One of the clients was on a tube feed ...
Florida Caverns State Park was the planned destination for today; however, it's closed because of flooding. Will decide where to stop based on the weather and how far we feel like driving.
I-10 west, then north on US-231. This is a great 4-lane highway with a nice wide median; no problem in a motorhome. Love traveling through the small towns instead of always on the interstate. The driver would beg ...
JD is in high gear this morning. Took the truck into town for gas and quick Egg McMuffin breakfast. Pack up was quick and on the road by 8:00 am. JD wants to make it in 3 days so we're trying to do 470 miles today. Destination Dothan, AL. It turned 83 degrees in Montgomery - driving with the windows down - nice! Arrived earlier than planned at Pecan Point RV Park, set up and relaxed. Nice level site, easy access, facilities not that great, just ...
... a mammoth manatee on the surface before she swam away from the dock.
We said our goodbyes to Barrett then took off in search of placing our first travel bug. We ended up placing Isabella the Flame Point Siamese travel bug near Jacksonville before finally turning west into the sunset on I-10 and making our way. We finally crossed timezones and settled for Dothan, AL to lay our heads.
We paid $3.25 for gas in ...