Econo Lodge Inn & Suites - Marianna
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... south on Mr 65 and passed over quite a few fairly wide rivers. I kept thinking that one of them should be the Alabama. Nope, they weren't. Behold and low (remember the dyslexic thang??) I drove into the outskirts of Montgomery and THEN I found the mighty Alabama river. Back when I flew into this beautiful state a friend took me out fishing on the big river. He had a really fast, beautiful, bass boat and we zipped up and down this watery ...
Today we went canoeing down Ecofina creek. There were 7+ miles and it took about 5 hours. Very fun!! Still really windy with high waves and jellyfish at beach, so good day to go inland. Daddy's fav was the Turtle springs and Kyler catching a fish. The kids ...
... boys had seen was surrounded by water so they just checked it out from a distance.
The campground was small but nice. Our spot was the only empty site when we arrived and we had to do some close maneuvering to get in.
Sa**************ed up to the visitors center to check out the museum and take the cave tour.
We had just paid for our tour and gone outside to get in the departure line when I noticed the visitors center looked closed. The lights ...
... the Caribbean is just out there beyond the horizon, I think.
We rolled on and pitched up at a rural campsite, at a farm homestead - this is horse country. Have just eaten more gumbo at their Mustang grill, but the only music playing was James Blunt unfortunately. Now the bullfrogs are competing loudly for attention and will continue all night. Very warm and humid here.
We went heavy and hard all day at Universal and packed the kids, the tents and the smiles all in the van and started to drive north and west. The road trip began late and we watched the dropping temperatures in the car thermometer with a mix of thrill and fear. It was clear, however, that we had to put the hard core facade away, keep the tents in the car and protect the kids under some real insulation. In the dark and cold we arrived ...