Super 8 Inn Eufaula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We began our trip to Oshkosh on Thursday morning. Lunch in Tifton, GA at Hog and Bone Barbeque. Good sandwich - there is also one of these in Waycross. Arrived at the campground around 2 PM after changing to central time zone. Our site is about 20 feet from the edge of the lake. We can watch the boaters from our bedroom window! We'll try to leave early tomorrow since it is another almost 300 mile day. ...
This is our first morning on this site and as the sun is cresting the trees on the far side of the creek, we are sitting in our car (heater on - it is 33 degrees), and the American Coots are collecting. (Yes, Virginia, they are preparing for their journey to Monona Bay.) They are so funny to watch dive for their food - they have a little "hop" before going under the surface. Oh, here comes the sun! There is a mist rising across the water.
... with beans and fries. It was delicious...and we almost finished it!
On account of a 7-hour drive to "Norlins" (New Orleans) tomorrow we decided to head to Walmart to grab some supplies for the trip so we didn't have to stop as often. And I managed to pick up the 2nd & 3rd book in "The Hunger Games" trilogy...obsessed! When we were at the checkout I told the girl I didn't need a bag. She said "Olive?" Um...ok....what? So I said "Olive?" and AJ nudged me and ...
... a fishing spot at Old Creek Town Reservation.
We found the most beautiful serene spot to fish. It was simply stunning. The fish were feeding, there was splashes everywhere but sadly nothing that landed on our rod. A guy and his two kids arrived about a half hour after us and reeled in a big catfish. Bassa! We headed back to the hotel so I could have a nap (given I'd driven the whole way) and get showered. We had dinner at "Cajun Corner" and it was ...
Slow day today. Basically a travel day on our way to Jays.
We crossed two very large bays, Mobile and Pensacola. And while crossing the long bridges, we must have run into (literally) the Monarch butterfly migration. Every few seconds we "made contact" with Monarch butterflies - large, small. Sad.
We also drove along the back roads of Alabama, cotton fields, cotton fields, cotton fields. If we had dropped in from ...