Wingate by Wyndham Columbus
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... in the lead.
It was not quite daylight when we departed and there was some fog due to warming temperatures (a balmy 50 degrees) as well as some drizzle. While we had hoped for clear weather, we gladly settled for warmer temperatures.The first lock down went smoothly with no waiting. Our new friends were good about calling the lockmasters ahead of time to check on barge traffic and general conditions, something we intend to do in the future. At ...
... intake valve. Joe talked to Joey and the plan is to have this work done where it will be safest at the marina in Nickajack Lake. So unless they have a lot more trouble, they will clip along as is. They average about 5 or 6 mph and are doing about ...
The Eagle has landed for real! The guys have spotted three Bald Eagles now on their journey. These videos were taken somewhere along the Tombigbee River near Columbus, MS. Too cool!
I got some great photos and videos from Greg of Perla going through the fourth set of locks so far on this trip. Because there are dams all along the way heading north, these locks provide a way for boat traffic to get upstream. The ...
... and pickled garlic.
Around 3:30pm they made it through the fourth set ...
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