Greenwood Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Demopolis
... and some r & r.
on the 9th we fly to Amsterdam until Nov. 25 th. The next newsletter will come from our new section after we get to Holland.
So what did we do in the bustling town of Demopolis the last few weeks? We painted the deck of the boat with 2 coats of white paint. See the pictures.
The adventure ...
... Christmas we will drive to Oklahoma to spend Christmas with friends and back to Texas and then back to the boat in Mobile to begin actual cruising. We are actually going to go somewhere this time.
Of course things change.
I am starting a separate section on travelpod for Europe and will be making postings that will go to all of you on the mailing list.
The adventure continues.
... line was split. I cut the bad end off and reclamped it and off we went. Problem solved. It ran fine all day.
We hadn't seen spike again but that morning he climbed out of the underside of the bicycle seat and proceeded to collect sun again.
That afternoon the sky clouded up and proceeded to dump on us accompanied by strong winds and lots of lightning. It rained so hard that we couldn't hardly see the shoreline on either side and maybe ...
... onto Montgomery, AL.
Went straight to Jasmin Hill Museum. I misread the hours and we spent a lot of wasted time going to a park that is only open on weekends. We had opted for it because of costs and more interest in Greece than in Rosa Parks. I was so disappointed. We didn't end up going to anything in Montgomery.
In Selma we had a hard time trying to find the RV Park that ...
... the guys should be ready to go in the morning.
They've decided to solve the water cooling issue in the following way (but my scribbly notes don't really make sense to me now):
Joe will put a T in the water line where the suction comes from the bottom of the boat to the pump. Then they will put a ball valve on the 5/8" suction line and on the other ...