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Welcome back! It's time to head home. I always think I won't have another "Notes" to write at the end, but things never go as planned. Time for Good-byes While it is always sad to end our travels, it is nice to head to the comforts of home. There is only so long you can live out of a backpack…or without a backpack. ;) July 4th saw us saying good-bye to lazy days by the beach, adventures up mountains, making international friends, and ...
... Texas for some lunch at a rest area...finally something other than Turkey in a wrap...tuna sandwiches, heaven! Then back on the road we got to see some the sticks! Something had happened on the main route in adding 2 hours to our journey so we decided on a detour taking us through some interesting places! At camp I barely had enough time to get the tent up before I had to start cooking. Tonight my group were preparing a Korean curry and it ...
... very creative with money hanging out of the pockets, holding ice cream, flowers, stethoscope, etc.
The city sign boasted the 'city if murals'. So we drove around and viewed some of them and people waved to you from their front porches. We also stopped to visit an old cemetary.
We ate at Frog City, a one stop shop with cajun food, casino, gift shop and gas. There were 12 women sitting off to the side who come there every Tuesday ...
... the compound, bolted across the parking lot, and headed toward the RV. She was so scared she ran under the RV.... into the forest....deep with thorns and low-lying brush... she was lost in moments!
We looked for four hours, it was almost 9pm and totally dark, she was lost forever! We are so sad.
Caryn opened a can of kitty tuna, brought out the litterbox, and we put our bright camp lantern on a stump on ...
... to do in the area.
After setting up the 5th wheel, we head out to see as much as we can see before the days’ end. We visited museums with information and exhibits about the history of the Cajun people and their culture. Since we knew nothing about the history, it was very interesting.
We are realizing how much we love seeing beautiful churches around ...
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