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... these groups. I have begun eating my way around The South, visited some cool bars and even met the mayor of Birmingham! I'm being looked after well by the Ross' and have an animal friend, Roland, that constantly wants to be petted. My current residence, more fondly known as the Gunty (apparently aboriginal for white man shelter) has made me feel quite at home and takes the guest house to a whole different level. Everything is new and unexpected and that's what I'm loving ...
It wasn't the most exciting of rides we have done, although the roads were pretty good. We took an unintended detour due to the GPS and a missed turn so travelled from Missisippi; Florida; back to Mississippi and into Alabama today. The ride was broken up with refuelling; drinks and back on the bike.
We did stop in Chunky River Harley Davidson in Meridan on the way.
Got into our hotel and were greeted ...
... gold and brown.
You think of lands you journeyed through,
of paintings and a dress once worn
by a woman you never found again.
And suddenly you know: that was enough.
You rise and there appears before you
in all its longings and hesitations
the shape of what you ...
Once we left Fredericksburg, we continued our adventure on the roads less traveled and stayed south of interstate 10. The central Texas Hill country is probably the prettiest part of Texas I've traveled through, plenty of green and rolling hills to keep the drive interesting. Once the hills flattened out it turned into Ag land for as far as the eyes could see. In this part of Texas it is primarily rice and sorghum, and there was a lot of it! After TX and sorghum country it ...
... a school and a church.
Finding somewhere nice for lunch was a bit challenging, as we didn’t quite know where was a nice area and where wasn’t to have a picnic, so we spent a fair amount of time driving around before heading back to the visitor center where there is a small park. We sat on a bench out of the sun beneath a tree for our picnic, bread, tuna, olives, sweet corn and salad (this has become a regular picnic lunch for us!). ...