Cypress Bend Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today is Day 100 of our motorcycle adventure. It should be exciting to think we have been on the road for 100 days! It IS exciting, unfortunately today's ride just didn't live up to the excitement of the 100th day. We knew when we started out that today would be over 300 miles, so we tried to get on the road at a more reasonable time. We did pretty good, and were on the road at about 8:30.
After recovering from our night in ...
June 11th to June 16th – Zwolle (pronounced Zwally) , La – North Toledo Bend State Park
Getting here from New Orleans was a full day's drive. We’d heard that there weren’t too many places to shop close to the campground so we provisioned up before we arrived. This state park is fairly remote as evidenced by no ...
Breakfast consumed, dishes done, and camp broken down.
Kerrie and Josh checked out of their cabin and came down to our site to tell us goodbye. They were on the road around 11:45. We hooked up “Ranger” to the back of “Winnie” and were out of the park by noon on our way to Louisiana.
Followed the Google directions down many Farm to ...
... 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 ...