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... br> couldn't hold a bottle of water. All over full body. About 10 minutes
later it tapered off and then I started vomiting. Then I felt great.
About 3 hours later it started all over and stopped again. Felt better
and went in for the 3rd shower of the day. Came back to a nice evening
of reading and internet. Slept good but said to self. If this happens
again it's 911.
The next day I worked outside until about 10 and ...
... way uhaul truck rental. Don't laugh. Sometimes it can be an option.
I got a senior price for 92.00 on Greyhound and another 10 for the local bus for the last 30 miles from Tuscaloosa to Demopolis.
On the day I was supposed to leave at 5:30 p.m. I was at the station early and the agent was there but closes at 5:00. He gave no indication that there were any delays and I had only 1.5 hours to change buses in San Antonio for my first leg. Then on to Dallas/Ft Worth ...
... and some r & r.
on the 9th we fly to Amsterdam until Nov. 25 th. The next newsletter will come from our new section after we get to Holland.
So what did we do in the bustling town of Demopolis the last few weeks? We painted the deck of the boat with 2 coats of white paint. See the pictures.
The adventure ...
... on Aug. 3rd. We spent 2 nights anchored out and the 3rd night tied to the dock at Bobby's Fish Camp just above the first lock on the river at Coffeyville.
The first day it was stinkin' hot well into the evening. We elected to sleep outside in the cockpit because it was too hot inside. The mosquitoes found us and it was less than a perfect cruising evening. About midnight it was cool enough to go in and escape the bugs.
On the ...
... homes. Large porches, everything flowered and nicely manicured lawns. Lots of barbershops and churches. Hugh says he saw church, church, church, adult bookstore. Repeat.
Georgetown, Georgia stopped just the other side of the bridge. Not much to say here except now we've been in Georgia! The bridge was pretty. Flowering trees planted alongside of it was unusual.