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Eric and I drove from New Orleans to Livingston, AL, the home of University of West Alabama, where Kallie will start school in the Fall. Eric really wanted to meet her coach, Will Atkinson, so we had to make good time because the team was leaving at 2:00 for an out of town series. We arrived at the softball field at 1:30 with enough time to meet Coach. He is a really good guy; very easy ...
... I changed one right away. The engine started right up.
We got up early the next morning at daylight planning on our longest travel day to date to an abandoned wood chip loading dock in a cut out off the river. We had used it before and really liked it.
I started the engine and let it warm up and soon it started acting starved again. REALLY bummed out I climbed back down to the engine and started looking for leaks. Sure enough the ...
... guys will run into them again when they make it there maybe on Wednesday.
As soon as the Nina and Pinta passed Perla, the engine started having temperature trouble again. The guys were ready with the Dawn and buckets, but they now suspect that it has a lot to do ...
... short movie shows how dirty the water is and how swift the current is. They had shut down the engine to check the motor and you can see how fast the current is pushing Perla backwards.
The guys have made it to the third set of locks as of 8:15pm tonight. This looks like another desolate location without ...
... a couple who own a marina on Lake Norfolk in Ark. that I used to trade with in the 70's. What a surprise.
I will redo this story later and ad more stuff and pictures and video but we are getting up early tomorrow to start the last 216 miles to Mobile bay. The beginning was at mile 450 so we are over half way.
We will be off line ...