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Today we visited Lake Bistineau State Park in Shreveport. It was quite a sight. All the trees were under water. We bought granola bars and gatorades. It costed $15. We filled up the tank for $34.85. We stayed the night in a hotel costing $129.00. Next its off to Mississippi.
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Arrived home mid-afternoon. Glad on the one hand, but sad to leave the open road. There is still so much to see and experience. The journey is not completely over... I bought a car in Miles City, Montana, and will fly up there next Wednesday and drive it home. I consider that part of this trip and open to some adventures of its own. We'll see.
Until then... unpack, wash, get settled ...