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Cold and cloudy this morning. Today's trip took us through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Leaving New Orleans we took 90 East, instead of I-10. It parallels I-10, but is through the bayou, and a couple of small towns. Very little traffic. In Biloxi, Mississippi, we got back on the interstate to make better ...
... Rivers State Park; children whined and grumbled, sleepy bodies shocked by the cold as we carried them into the cabin. We noticed the astounding number of stars visible overhead (none of those cozy warm clouds to keep in some heat) but little else before we all collapsed thankfully into the pre-heated cabin.
We awoke the next morning to a beautiful and tranquil sight. Where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, ...
... in pastures.
After a week there, we headed back to Florida. We are currently camping at East Bank a Corp of Engineer campground in Chattahoochee Florida. We will be here until Tuesday when we head to Thomasville, GA to spend some time with my sisters.
Oh yeah, we bid on several park attendant jobs with the Corp of Engineers and we got the job at
R. Schaefer Heard which is at West Point Lake ...
Last night we had a bit of new excitement. It started out as thunder in the distance and then we saw a bit of lightning. I'd seen the lightning yesterday as we drove here, but now it was really hittin' it. Soon, the onslaught of rain hit us. It rained for about three hours, heavily. The expression, "but we need the moisture..." occurred to me. We've heard it everywhere we go. Climate change? Then the phone told ...
Today we awoke to warmer temperatures, but it was cloudy. We got an early start on our trip of nearly two hundred miles. We got gas at the cheapest price since we entered Florida.
The route, since we are going west and there are no Interstates was very circuitous. We'd drive twenty miles west, go north and again join the same highway. It happened over and over. But, it was good.
We had rain for nearly the ...