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May 12,2015 "M" Day May Music. We start each day with Christian Music Mountain Time Zone Monotonous Scenery Miles and more Miles... Mix of weather with clouds, rain, lightening, drizzle mixed with heavy rain. Mexican food Mechanical issues with Wilbur Today I thought the photographs could tell about our day better than ...
... e , gumbo and bread were all outstanding. I couldn't decide on my favorite. They have been written up in USA Today as well as Southern Living. Next we found a Good Sam RV Park nearby with all 10 ratings. Awesome place. We upgraded to a lake view. Relaxed in the hot tub, took a dip in the lazy river, did laundry, celebrated having high speed internet and plan to hit the bed early. Tomorrow takes us through Houston so we decided to leave about 3:00 AM to ...
... land for rice farming, raising cattle and in the early 1900's, the discovery of oil. This helped the town of Iowa to thrive during the depression. Today, cattle ranching, farming and the oil industry all continue to be a vital part of the towń. No matter where we travel, there is always a story. That's mine, and I'm sticking to it.
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Yesterday we traveled from Mississippi and across Louisiana almost to Texas -- it was a fairly long drive, but Sassy and Odie were good travelers. In fact, they spent (as always) the whole time driving in their carriers -- we open them up, but they just stay inside and look out at us. Oh well . . . . . ...
... a few times, too, but nothing like Gabi. It was also way hotter there than it had been in Lake Charles.
We kept driving till we got to Holly Beach, and Randy expressed disappointed at how it’s changed since the last time he’d seen it, several years prior. Apparently it was a vibrant community before, and now it’s just a collection of houses (all raised up high on stilts for when hurricanes come) with zero stores ...