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Travel Blogs from Old Town
... going eventually, possibly with the help of some lighter fluid. And we made s'mores!! Although the marshmallows were ridiculously large we got by and they were amazing as usual. We all sat around for a while before hitting the hay. Unfortunately during the night the rain had started up quite heavily. So at about 3 am I woke up to find that our tent had started flooding. All my bags were soaked and moving on my sleeping mat gave ...
After a good night's sleep we are on the road before 6:00 am and headed to New Orleans. Birthplace of jazz and Fats Domino. We head out on US 19 hoping to see a little more of rural Florida and avoid all the trucks on Interstate 75. At Cross City, FL two hours north, a crowded parking lot of a place called "Taste of Dixie Diner" lures us in. A long table of local gentlemen with accents as thick as the gravy on their ...
... full time RVers like us, and one couple from Ontario repeatedly advised Greg not to work again, that Greg would have more fun retired than he will working. Words to live by.
We'll be heading to Clearwater, near Tampa, tomorrow. The forecast is for unusually cold and wet weather the next few days. It feels like we are travelling with a black cloud over us since we left Texas.
Travelled today: 386 km
Travelled to date: 14707 km
Travelled in: ...
... start a new-to-me book entitled "The Master Butchers Singing Club." Very well written and interesting to boot. ( I know, that's the third time I've used that expression, but who's counting besides me?)
The rain finally broke about an hour before dinner. We had the cod, baked with Lynn's now forgotten spice mixture, a fresh vegetable sauté of yellow crookneck squash, sun dried tomatoes, onions and such. Plus we had baked ...
... told the sheriff, and they started a search, but I guess the lost party was found soon after we tried to help, and the camp host wasn't too happy about losing face with the sheriff. We were happy that the lost party was found and that we had done our civic duty.
Our next stop was our first experience with the Gulf Coast, Mexico Beach, Florida. Along the drive, we got a few glimpses of the coast, and passed a beach that was used as a training ...
Other places to stay in Old Town
1900 Diagonal Road, Old Town | Hotelfrom $90