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We left Crater of Diamonds SP and headed south back to the Gulf coast and New Orleans. After looking at the map, we decided we should have gone to New Orleans first, then north to AR. A lttle too late then.
The rv park we stayed in was a convenient, neat park with the best stocked rv supply store we had ever been in durng all our travels.
... and said that she had a corgi...ours are fine RV'ers though Ruby stays in her little crate otherwise she tends to wander. Not good for the driver. Today's drive was relatively easy (Ginger had the under construction section in Baton Rouge) and I am definitely getting the feel for how to keep in between the white ...
... 8221; was filmed. It was off the beaten path, but we took a drive through. It is a great little town along the river that dates back to the early 1700's. Not far from Natchitoches there were several plantations that had been restored and are open to the public. We were able to go to Melrose Plantation. I felt a heavy sadness there.
I can’t imagine the sweltering, drenching heat the people on these plantations worked and ...
... I need to make over my soul".
The first part of my makeover consists of: doing community work, spending more time with family, and working on my introvert issues. This trip is about my family on my mother's side who I have barely had contact with. I don't know why I have avoided making an effort to know them, but what is done is done. My mom wanted to come visit our family in Panama because she wasn't sure how ...
... on the bottom center. When this just hit the floor, the net is at 34 inches.
Drove a bit more after playing in Denton and stayed in Wichita Falls TX.
Arose early Wednesday morning and made the drive home to snowy Colorado.
Great trip overall. Played a lot. Balanced that with seeing quite a bit of family. I hope you enjoyed going along for the (3969 mile) ride!