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Drove the Creole Nature trail, a scenic drive through wetlands and wildlife refuges near Lake Charles, LA. Saw lots of cool birds, a bunny, and a pretty big snake in the road (alive). Stopped at a beach where there were tons of really cool shells. I found lots of interesting ones but decided to leave them in their natural habitat. Also saw a very large dead jellyfish washed up on the shore. Then I ...
... being repacked for training, when I came back I had to take everything out and repack and I remember having a pair of jeans laying there to put in with everything else but for whatever reason, I forgot to put them in. So I couldn't even go anywhere because I didn't have any pants. I put my uniform on to go downstairs to breakfast and went back upstairs to my room and put my pajamas back ...
We spent last night at Lakeside RV Park near Tallahassee, FL. It was ok for a night as we pushed to get back to Florida's warmth. The lake is a puddle and many sites are unleveled with only 30 amp. But we had a level spot with 50 amps and slept soundly. We spent a leisurely morning, breakfast in bed, showers, ship-shaped on our way by 10:00 ...
Finally left Nacogdoces at 1445 hours drove for about five hours with a stop at a Cracker Barrel for dinner and borrow a book on tape, The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks. Stayed at a truck stop last night as we both were really too tired to go on. One thing we've learned is NOT to push it with about 40,000 pounds of weight behind us. Up early and still had breakfast in bed and on the road at 740 hours heading south to Interstates 10 & 12 east toward a Baton ...
... House, built about 1837.
We then drove on toward St. Francisville, Louisiana, to see Rosedown Plantation, now maintained by the state of Louisiana as a historic site. Daniel and Martha Turnbull began constructing Rosedown in 1834. Their cotton plantation covered 3,455 acres, and over 400 slaves worked on their lands. The gardens visited during the Turnbull's honeymoon in Europe inspired ...