Econo Lodge Andalusia
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... appeared to be training: take-off, flying in a circle, landing, take-off, flying-in a circle and landing again and again. They seemed almost like one plane at one point as they were flying so close together. I was worried that they'd crash!!!! We met a lovely older couple who had an RV and had been camping there for two weeks. They were from Atlanta and were sad to be leaving at the weekend. They were super-nice. Jonathan and I took a little glass of wine to the beach ...
... cool but the skies have cleared and it has warmed up somewhat. We crossed into Al about noon (EDT) and continued on down I-85 crossing over into the Central Time Zone, so we had noonish twice. No, we did not eat twice, in fact we really didn't eat until normal dinner time.
It was a nice day drive. Even though we drove over 250 miles, we arrived early since we only stopped twice. Anyway, we arrived at the campground about 2:30 ...
... in Santa Rosa Beach. He was a famous folk artist and all-around good man. He is in heaven now, and I think he is responsible for painting some of the most colorful sunsets.
It's going to take us a long time to get through Alabama! We'll find some interesting stops along the way.
Finally, I find the treasure in Andalusia, the treasure is under a tree. And I can get together with my true love- Fatima. Also, I find my personal legend and I know many theories during this journey. Thanks for the people who help me and let me persist my dream, I also thanks for the people who deceive me, fight me or rob my money. They make me grow to maturity. Overall, I like this journey and I will remember ...
Overnight stop in Evergreen ... on way to New Orleans.
No horse town - but several 'economy' hotels ... and a Pizza Hut.
After waiting for a storm to pass, the real story of the stop was being asked for id to get a Bud ...