Hampton Inn Jackson
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... I will always remember.
The weather proved to be lovely and we had a relatively uneventful day with only a few minor snags. The first one happened at Columbus Marina. The water at the fuel dock was not as deep as advertised and they had run out of diesel. But, they had a killer pump out so we were able to take care of that unpleasant but necessary task. Afterwards we headed for Marina Cove Marina to spend the nigh and hopefully gas up. The cruising was ...
... I think they plan to motor into the night, if not all night, to make it there.
I've pinned their location at 8:00pm tonight using my iPhone and Find My Friends. Ain't technology great?! But I have nothing else to report so maybe tomorrow we'll get some photos to show how the locks work.
Be safe, fellows!
The biggest excitement was when they spotted a bald eagle! It's in the top of a dead tree and you can barely see him in this picture, right in the middle. They could see him well with binoculars but needed a camera with zoom lens to get a good picture.
... from maps, it looks like the Mobile River turns into the Tensaw River which turns into the Tombigbee River. At Demopolis, AL is the start of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway (Tenn-Tom) which goes west into Mississippi and then eventually connects ...
... and looked up the road to see some crazy big piece of farm machinery taking up a lane and a half, and heading right for my new found friend. And, I thought, what the hell would it mean if that little guy get squashed, right in front of my eyes. So, I jump off the bike, sprint out, and spare the turtle from certain death. And probably ****** off the farmer, who had to wonder what the hell I was doing. Turtle, and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services