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... road I was on and was able to remember a big ol lot where I could turn ol Charlie around and get going the right way. I soon was back on really familiar roads and was enjoying my memories of a fun time spent in this capital city with soo much history...I will be back one day and spend more time here.
I did finally get to the turn off for hwy 231. Now this thing is a 4 lane divided highway that heads straight south thru some farm land and ...
... and the "open" sign was no longer illuminated.
I made casual mention that we must have bought the last tickets. Soon a park ranger showed up and announced that power was out in the whole park and most of the town.
Apparently they have one main power pole that someone decided to run a truck into.
The ranger explained that the caves lighting would be out and that we would be taking a flashlight tour instead of the normal tour. This ended up being ...
... we transitioned. I never did see the two F-16s they mentioned but I guess that's by design. With Jay on his way back to Denver, this was my first opportunity to have Stacy as my first officer on a long cross country and, though she was looking for other traffic, the skies were really quiet for the full 3+ hour trip. I requested and executed a practice ILS instrument approach to Runway 32 at Dothan Regional. ATC vectored us to ...
... the towel....that lasted about two minutes.
A couple of things I forgot in the last update which shows just how much we can't catch a break, mostly from our own doing. We've lost four ratchet straps and one tire and have no idea where any of them went. We took the flat tire we had just outside of Niceville FL and ratcheted it on the top of the trailer and when we stopped for the day, no tire and no ratchet....want to ...
... and Flint rivers converge to form Lake Seminole, the setting for our morning coffee and pancakes. While we were incredibly thankful for a warm place to shower, dress and eat, our draw towards the outdoors came through and soon we were cooing over the loons, admiring the clear waters and seeking out the nearest trail.
But Three Rivers was merely a convenient stop over and now it was time to really get moving. Westward ...