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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 ...
We arrived Friday evening at Florida Caverns State Park. The trip here was uneventful. We arrived just as dusk was approaching. The boys saw a cave entrance as we came into the park so as soon as we parked the RV they grabbed their bikes off the car and road down to the cave.
The main cave that tours visit is up on high ground at the entrance to the park. The campground was down on lower ground where the Chipola River spills into the forest. The entrance to the ...
... 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.
... a fit and getting twenty treats a day! Broke down in Myrtle Beach and bought cold gear to help us make it more miles on the ****** days and they worked well when it was cold. Left Myrtle Beach and it was bitter cold and we loved having them on....then we hit Georgia and the temps had risen from the low 40's to the high 70's...yea, sweating our butts off..... Still glad we bought them but man, I don't think we can wear it for a ...
... and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole, the setting for our morning coffee and pancakes. While we were incredibly thankful for a warm place to shower, dress and eat, our draw towards the outdoors came through and soon we were cooing over the loons, admiring the clear waters and seeking out the nearest trail.
But Three Rivers was merely a convenient stop over and now it was time to really get moving. Westward ...