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We survived the send off party last night with family and flying friends. No permanent damage was done despite all the adult beverage and we got some good travel hints for Canada and Alaska. A big Thanks to Helen and Bill for hosting and conjuring up this beautiful dinner. Also a huge thanks to our good friends Lynn and Mick and Veronica and ...
... the West. Unfortunately we are still waiting to get our certificate, so we do not know if we will be able to do much working on this trip. Will let you know as we travel.
We have God, food, home and puppies, who could ask for more! We will miss everyone, but this is on Randy's bucket-list so we are on the road again!
Three days drive to New Orleans. Slept last night in Naples, then drove past Venice! Dry and sunny.
Endless driving on open 2 or 3 lane motor ways, through green country. This Interstate was one of the network of roads started by Eisenhower in the the mid-50s and completed 35 years later . Regular stops for a hundred varieties of fast food, fuel and lodging. Only time we got held up ...
... as we drive through the flat pecan and peanut fields. There are so many radio stations to provide the sound track to our driving, but it's Sunday so most of them are christian rock stations today.
Armadillos probably don't exist in their living form, they must be born dead beside the freeway. And accompanied by groups of squabbling vultures.
... Crossed a huge causeway over the Gulf of Mexico and got to see the USS Alabama. We also went through a huge underwater tunnel (reminded me of the Holland Tunnel between NJ/NY) which travelled under Mobile Bay.
When we hit Florida, it was amazing to see state prisoners working on the highway clean up patrol. This is really what prisoners should be doing rather than sitting in the comforts of their cells. Roads ...