Oak Tree Inn
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We finally left at 1:30 pm today. - five hours behind schedule -- so much packing! Marcia and Francisco both helped us pack and get ready. We had to give Quince a bath and pack clothes and food and supplies for six weeks of travel! And of course, take time for Travis to ride Drifter and take a tour on the Kubota. We went through SC, GA, AL and settled in Starkville, Mississippi. On the way, we stopped at two Flying J truck stops. TJ was able to meet some really nice truck drivers - one ...
The Eagle has landed for real! The guys have spotted three Bald Eagles now on their journey. These videos were taken somewhere along the Tombigbee River near Columbus, MS. Too cool!
... into the lock's concrete "pod" and they tie up to the floating mooring posts. There is a lock master directing the action and they use channel 16 on the radios to communicate with him. When the locks close, they start letting in ...
They had much less trouble though, and were able to enjoy Chef Perdue's culinary treats: guacamole, zucchini, oranges (no scurvy onboard Perla!), and shredded chicken sandwiches. And don't forget the Tony Chachere's! Take a look at one reason they're called The Pickled Pirates - pickled okra, pickled ...
... out into clear air. As usual powerboats run faster than we do so he went out ahead and we followed in the path he cut through the hyacinths for us.
For the second day in a row we were greeted by bald eagles watching our progress from high perches. As we puttered along another boat from Columbus had locked through later and caught up with us and passed by. It was David Grill in his Grand Banks trawler. From then on ...