Cypress Bend Golf Resort
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- This week after working for Mr. Gerringer I made $320!
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- My tank is full and so is my tummy, I'm ready to ...
... which was absolutely enchanting. We also saw some huge fish (which this area is famous for) but none were interested in our attempts to attract them to our lines.
Tomorrow is Father’s Day and we are heading up the road to meet my sister and her husband in their rented motor home, for a mini family camping reunion at a lake in Arkansas. This will be very ...
... through every small town possible, until we arrived at about 3:00 pm at Toledo Bend Reservoir. We were staying at the military RV park belonging to Fort Polk. Checked in to the camp office and were told that the camp manager was out of state for the week and hadn’t left the manager’s password with anyone. Nobody to take our money. He also told us we could come back in ...
... is across the lake. Sat around and visited with all the camp folks....Jimmy made his famous ribs...wow cooked for 8 hours...fell off the bones. We had splash beans....found out today what there were. Someone spilled the beans, no pun intended....so they are now called splash beans. White, red and pinto beans mixed with spices very good. Sat and chatted at the campfire all evening...late night again. ...
... of all, it never rained today, not once, not a single drop. The first day to not do so! Like crossing the mighty Mississippi, this is a great landmark! After waking with our stellar view of the Mississippi, we drove BACK across the bridge from Vidalia, LA to Natchez, MS and went to the Visitor Center, then cruised the streets of Natchez, getting out to get a good look at various elegant homes - the women didn't want to live on the plantations, they wanted to live "in town" - and so ...