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... With my voice slowly going and my head exploding, I showered for an 1 hour before practice clearing my head and throat (best idea). I was happy with the team and everyones ability, even my own. I was worried going into this, thinking I was in way over my head! But I felt comfortable, and excited to play with the now #3rd best team in US collegiate woman soccer.
Finally Pre - Season Testing came around!
I woke up 2 hours early (4am) had a ...
... they are in is astonishing. So, the USS Cairo is like another park within the main park. It would be very easy to spend an entire day wandering around this place!
Lastly, if anyone noticed very strange paths on my tracker today, my original track had me catching a small archeological park in the NE corner of Louisiana... well, it seems this has become a state park now... so I re-routed and today, I went back west into La to be sure I had that ...
... a lovely lunch by the beach, in a little independant called Camille's - recommended, if ever. The trafiic around the major beach towns slowed us down quite a bit and with the weather forecast we decided to definitely head north when we could, so we cracked onto Mobile, Alabama. We did this heading north out of Destin onto a new piece of highway passed an Airforce Base which meant we crossed over "Special Forces Road"(!) and blasted up to the I10 ...
... with the kids and Steve's folks, we headed north to travel through Mississippi. Upon entering the state, we were greeted with a huge sign that said "Welcome to Mississippi. Welcome Center ahead. Security provided." Comforting! We stopped In the small town of Hattiesburg for breakfast and decided to try local. Our cafe, third generation owned and managed since 1925, had an outstanding breakfast of ham, eggs, ...
... not of the Transamerica Pyramid Tower that we see when we enter San Francisco.
We drove slowly today, mostly on secondary roads so that we could enjoy the Gulf Coast. The map does not correctly represent our route, because we did not head north from Mobile, but instead, stayed on the coast in Mississippi. We stopped for lunch at a Mississippi State Park which was near the coast and on a Bayou. After noticing ...