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Safe to say that I was in a bad way after our night out in New Orleans! Far too much alcohol was consumed and we met two new friends! After New Orleans we drove to Mobile and on the way stopped at Biloxi, a lovely seaside town. We went on a really cool and interesting shrimp boat trip in the bay. We then took a tour around the house of the president of the confederacy during the civil war. We then left Biloxi and went to Bellingrath Gardens and house. This was owned by ...
... would ride with one other early-flight passenger. The harried clerk, however, had to make another call to the taxi company to assure that we'd be shuttled in a van rather than a typical cab. (Didn't know how much luggage the other guy would have!) Mission accomplished.
Somehow we slept really well despite knowing we had a 3:00 a.m. wake-up call lurking ahead of us!
... on heading up north to
about St Louis then head over to the west coast. I am thinking we won’t have an arrival time
or date yet but I am guessing we will just get there when we get there and not
a day before.
The motorhome is running quite spiffily (if that’s a
word)….We have made it so far up to “Elko” Georgia which is just south of
Macon, which is about 150 miles south of Atlanta. The weather here is a ...
... 375,000,000$ to build and we are currently doing a steady 20.3 knots course 223' and the depth of water underneath us is 14310 feet. Sue has just come into our state room from the bingo hall jumping up and down exclaiming she's won $1,000 on some sort of scratch ticket... Great news I'll be playing poker tonight. Off for a pint of Strongbow to celebrate more boring stuff ...
... long enough to establish a comfortable routine. This included boat chores, walking or working out and hanging out with our boat buddies. Yes, we had been there long enough to hang out on the dock and shoot the breeze just like the locals. Speaking of the locals, they were the nicest people. The woman who manages C Quarters was incredibly friendly and helpful. One of the marina employees, a prince of a fellow, gave us all some packages of deer meat before we departed, a ...