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Travel Blogs from Meridian
... the Birmingham Temple that we had planned to stop and see on the way.
We arrived in Meridian, only a little behind schedule, to find we were about to experience real Mississippi mud in all its thick, gooey, sucking glory. It's amazing what one hour of heavy rain can produce down here. Through the mud, we managed to get the camper settled ...
We left the Creation museum on the 19th to return to Meridian. On Friday we visited the Meridian airport where Karie's brother Brad works. It is the only municipal airport that also fuels military planes and jets.
They have a huge workshop where they repair and inspect planes and jets. It was ...
... he enjoys it so much.
Then Betty & Bob took us out to dinner at a Chinese restaurant. Then we had breakfast with Tommy and Virginia Dawkins on Thursday morning. We had a wonderful time visiting and catching up.
Then we went to Brad & Cheri's to visit with Chance Kueven, Brad & Cheri's first grandson. He will soon be 1 year old.
... that she'd only met on the plane days ago. What a lovely lady! ( I'm beginning to get used to these random meeting of people and their kindness to strangers, it's a lovely feeling!)
Norma's son, "Scotty" amazing guitar player and owner of about 30 guitars! Steve was like a kid in a sweet shop (or should I say "candy store") she fed us a delicous dinner, chatted lots, and we left just after 11pm. We then found ...
... it. Getting home and emptying that cylinder will be so funny, not even I could believe how much stuff we fitted in there. It only cost us $215 to send home, a hell of a lot cheaper than the original quote. So go figure, we decided to go shopping. Since we had just gotten weight out of our bags, lets go shopping and buy more stuff. Hehehehe.