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... 160;Then I stopped for gas. I was the only car in a station full of pick-ups. Here is where I experienced my first hootin' and hollerin' from what I imagine are some upstanding young gentlemen in a very large truck. When I described my first Louisiana experiences to Mom, she replied, "Honey, You be in the south". I traversed most of Louisiana before some back-of-the-Prius camping at a boat launch in the middle ...
... which meant it was worn which would cause leakage when overheating thus losing its charge when hot. This made sense as the bike started every morning, but as the air and engine temperature rose during the day, the heated battery people lose its charge and she would not have enough power to turn the bike over.
Lynne went to Walmart which was right beside the Harley shop. Wayne went with her in support of the ...
... heat + downing the drink = a tipsy tour for me! The tour itself was really weird. Our tour guide was a spitting image of Will McKenzie from 'The Inbetweeners'. Not only did he look like him, his mannerisms were exactly the same too. In fact we both think it was him. Not the actor that plays him, but actually the character living in the real world. The net result was a hilarious tour (helped by my Mint Julip), but also an annoying one as the best ...
... because someone thought 5:30 a.m. was a good time to fly out. But instead of sleeping I will lay their with my thoughts running 90 miles an hour - is everything packed, did I get everything done at work that I should have, am I crazy for going away for two whole weeks? Can only hope that by the time the plane lands in Honolulu, I will be able to relax, leave all my worries behind and enjoy all that Hawaii has to offer.
After a short 4 hour drive from Dallas we made it to our campsite in Louisiana. We are pretty central in Louisiana staying in a national park right on a lake. Assuming there are no alligators it will be refreshing to swim in it because the humidity here is not very fun. We met our camp hosts at the campground and there were about as typical southerners as you could be. They had a sandwich size ziploc of chewing tobacco that I'm pretty sure they finished in about an hour. They ...