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Travel Blogs from Livingston
... The famous walk lead by Martin Luther King, Jr. started here on the bridge. The town was a throwback to 1962 only deserted. We didn't feel safe until we passed Concordia College. Then it changed dramatically. Needless to say we did not visit the Voting Rights Museum in the scary part of town.
We finally stopped at Foscue State Park in Demopolis, AL. Really nice spot on the water with tall ...
Today has been about making their way up the Tombigbee and dirty secrets. Dirty, silty, river water continues to play havoc with the water cooling of the Perla's engine.
First thing this morning was repair time and they installed the new thermostat.
Then they ...
... the guys should be ready to go in the morning.
They've decided to solve the water cooling issue in the following way (but my scribbly notes don't really make sense to me now):
Joe will put a T in the water line where the suction comes from the bottom of the boat to the pump. Then they will put a ball valve on the 5/8" suction line and on the other ...
... What might they use....well Dawn dishwashing detergent, of course! So they put a shot of Dawn in the ice chest water, watched as bubbles started blowing out the back of the boat, and the engine was running sweeter than it ever has! (oh, my kingdom for a picture of this!).
So it looks like the second night in a row for night cruising. But it just goes to show you that you can't keep good ole boys down!
... as we began to focus back on our original task, a logging truck blazoned by. It sure gets your attention if you're not paying attention! Only a handful out of hundreds seem to be reckless whereas most are courteous by either slowing down and/or moving over to the passing lane. A feeling of doom struck at the thought of enduring this for at least another 200 miles; no, no, can't think that way. Stay positive, stay focused. This may be wishful ...