Marianna Villager Lodge
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... I had found a campground that was supposed to be discounted 50% and I wanted to take advantage of this discount...I had to drive right thru the middle of this beautiful old village to get to the campground. I only had one guy honk at me as I went thru....That's a good thing. I did find the place without any problems and pulled in.
While registering, I asked about my discount and the man said "we don't do that anymore...I don't know why thy ...
... and the "open" sign was no longer illuminated.
I made casual mention that we must have bought the last tickets. Soon a park ranger showed up and announced that power was out in the whole park and most of the town.
Apparently they have one main power pole that someone decided to run a truck into.
The ranger explained that the caves lighting would be out and that we would be taking a flashlight tour instead of the normal tour. This ended up being ...
A long drive east, leaving Louisiana through Mississippi, Alabama and into Florida following the gulf coast. Wildlife alert: Saw 2 armadillos, dead by the roadside.
More astonishing weather, driving through more thunderstorms but getting to Pensacola beach, Florida, in hot sun. The sand is desert island white and fine as icing sugar, and the water was colder than expected, ...
... the shoe is. 7. Buying four slabs of fudge at the Fudge Factory can't have any good effects, especially on my ass. 8. Last but certainly not least, there's a Walmart everywhere for purchasing new ratchet straps when you're too stupid to put them on correctly.
Sitting for the next 24 hours waiting out the storm and then down the road we go again......looking, hoping, praying, screaming, bargaining for better days ahead!
... Rivers State Park; children whined and grumbled, sleepy bodies shocked by the cold as we carried them into the cabin. We noticed the astounding number of stars visible overhead (none of those cozy warm clouds to keep in some heat) but little else before we all collapsed thankfully into the pre-heated cabin.
We awoke the next morning to a beautiful and tranquil sight. Where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, ...