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Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Harry and I launched "Newhouse" a couple of days ago from Joe Wheeler State Park and Marina on her maiden voyage. We left with two other cruisers, Jim and Barbie on their 28' Hunter and Jack on his 43' Albin.
We are making our way back to the entrance to the Tenn-Tom Canal which will take us to the Gulf of Mexico in Mobile Alabama.
The weather is marvelous and no rain the the near future. ...
... roll by November 1 to get into the Tenn-Tom Canal and head toward the Gulf of Mexico dumping out in Mobile AL.But, that is just a plan in the working.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here in the Joe Wheeler State Park and Marina in Rogersville AL. This is the jewel of the Alabama State Park system. Wonderful lush forest setting against an incredible river system with the locks and ...
La Natchez Trace Parkway, une belle route où les camions sont interdits. Alors, on roule sans se faire pousser dans le dos par ces mastodontes. De beaux paysages, un tas de lieu historique qui nous rappelle l'histoire de cette trace. Cette route a 715kms, elle débute de Natchez et se termine près de Nashville. Ce fut un plaisir de rouler sur cette magnifique route. J'ai ...
... one we visited. I’m not sure I’d come back for anything other than to pass through. It’s quite a distance from anything, and the campground is far away from the pool. The times we drove by, it was too full to be enjoyable and the other pool near us is covered over with a tarp. Don’t know the story on that but it would be nice to have 2 pools for a park this size. When we leave here, we’ll be moving on to Kentucky. ...
... monument is just a big obelisk and a sign that explains
that they dug up his grave four times to make sure it really was Mr. Lewis.
Sounds excessive. But apparently they’ve got him, so that’s good. Don’t know
who killed him though, and this part of the country is now empty except for the
monument which was also built during the 1930s. Guess the great depression was
great for all the scenic vistas and monuments it launched across the country.