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We are on the back stretch and reaching for home. Two more blog entries to go. We hit the road this morning at 7:15 and 81 degrees with clear skies and headed for Baton Rouge, the capitol of Louisiana...but you knew that, of course. The drive took us through bayou country with roads raised over the water that go on for miles without relief. Fishermen were in boats below us and who knows who else…maybe my favorite Ax Man, Shelby, looking for sunken ...
... friends, and the service reflects this leisurely pace. Despite being summer, the place was full, and we enjoy watching the crowd as we sip on our last Cuban coffees.
It was great to see the places in Marcus’s stories and a good introduction tour of a college campus for the kids…I can’t believe in 5-6 years we’ll be looking at college campuses with Maxwell for real! On to Fort Walton Beach next. ...
... suggesting that the bottom did not get very deep for that distance. There was not much wave action as a result.
As we passed mile after mile of this type of beach, we really regretted not coming down to this area. Harley, in particular, would have really liked the conditions here. Oh well, maybe next time.
For a few miles the speed limit dropped to 20 MPH and signs were posted warning of shore birds nesting in the ...
... restless. I could tell Stacy had met her endurance limit for a day of flying as well, and I can see why. It was hot, bumpy, hazy and we had lifted off Eleuthera 7 hours earlier. It was time for an early dinner, some air conditioning and a glass of wine (or two....each!) Tallahassee Approach handed me off to Tower and they cleared me to land from 20 miles out. Not much activity today, I guess. It was right about then that Ichabod finally had a melt-down. He was trying to ...
... nice gazebo with a picnic table to enjoy! We discovered why the park was given its name. They had magnificent 300 year old oak trees for which I have taken a pic for you. Moss covered the limbs and draped the tree limbs in all their glory. Took a pic for your viewing enjoyment. Gail and I had the pleasure of doing our laundry in our rigs as we both have them in our rv's (charmed life) and of course partook in a happy hour drink. We had a wonderful homemade ...