Econo Lodge Jasper
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... are gone. No love oaks here, but lots of hardwoods and pines really abound. The drought here was terrible and necessitated removal of a lot of the pines. They too had some kind of bug problem, as did we in Montana.
We're away from everybody here and the sun has quickly fallen as it is wont to do in the flatlands. Dinner was "lefties" from last eve. The chicken had been grilled on the Q and the pasta had a few miles on it, but the Lynn did her ...
... growing, as straight as pencils, to heights of over one-hundred feet.
The changes are more than environmental. After living within the sound of the surf for the last five months, everything feels different here. Maybe knowing that it will be at least six months before we see the beaches of South Carolina coupled with the fact that we will be continually moving north by west, crossing the Great Plains of Nebraska, then north again into the ...
... up on the news and showered night and morning in Jasper. The motel was $50 flat, and humble. Woke up at 7AM again, and was out before 9 after quick continental breakfast of cold cereal and coffee. I should add that I wasted most of a pound of popcorn shrimp purchased, because its alot more than it sound slike and fried. The pound of cheese I am takin with me, thank god for fridge like outdoor temps to keep food from spoiling! carry ...
Weather reports told me that it had been raining around this area of Jasper for some time. So when it began to rain again, I thought little of it.......... until I went to put my feet down at a Jasper stop light. My God! I could barely stand! It was like I was parked in melting butter..... and my legs were pushing and pulling every direction to not fall over with my 750 pound motorcycle. It was like some sort of yoga hell.... using muscles that normally serve little much purpose ...