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... snake jewellery etc. The bathroom door handle was antlers and it was very southern. We met the chef who was putting together a fabulous sounding dinner menu for the evening but we were heading on.
Yes, Wendy - even the Carlton scarf got an airing too.
Another 90km on, we arrived at the hotel - hot, tired and ready for a shower, cool drink and time to relax. Tomorrow, it's down to New Orleans for a couple of ...
... by the hundreds. Casinos have also taken their place on the river side and has helped with employment challenges. As in every city we've traveled this summer, Vicksburg had its share of shuttered buildings, proof that the economy hasn't recovered.
Okay, boys and girls, we are off to our next destination, namely Mobile, Alabama. Thank you for staying with us and enjoying the ride.
... it off either, so the security guard called a friend of his who is a lock smith, well, they had to have the lock drilled off. So now they can get gas and continue on...it is 11:00 pm and Matt just got back from getting gas and ready for tomorrow. he is wiped!!! Bless his heart, his cloths are all wet for the heat and he just got out of the heat from 5:30am this morning. This was a LONG ...
... items found with the ship. That was fascinating! Toothbrush holders, boots and shoe polish, a sailors scarf still knotted, very mundane things that we would use today only these were over 150 years old.
We picked up some dry rub barbecue and went back to the trailer. I looked up the Duck Dynasty store in Monroe, Louisiana and Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. Hugh and kids went swimming and did ...
Another short day, so more than enough
time for me to write. We started promptly at 6:01 am when Hans
knocked on my tent informing me to get up or else. I then took down
my tent and packed up my gear and ate my oatmeal. I then had to wait
for the guys to also accomplish all of this. Then we headed out for
our first 15 miles of the day.
It was still reasonably chilly and a
bit downhill so the miles flew by. ...