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We are on the back stretch and reaching for home. Two more blog entries to go. We hit the road this morning at 7:15 and 81 degrees with clear skies and headed for Baton Rouge, the capitol of Louisiana...but you knew that, of course. The drive took us through bayou country with roads raised over the water that go on for miles without relief. Fishermen were in boats below us and who knows who else…maybe my favorite Ax Man, Shelby, looking for sunken ...
... They are so lucky!" We turn to see that she is extremely impressed by the Denny’s restaurant on the campus grounds. Ah, to be a kid.
Marcus’s tour also includes a welcomed stop at the local college "coffee shop", the Sweet Shop, that is nearly the same as when Marcus was a student, except now has free wifi. Large tables and comfortable chairs make this the perfect place to come and hangout or ...
... Tallahassee we saw a sign proclaiming we had now entered the Eastern Time Zone. One hour ahead with the clocks. We are not three hours ahead of home.
We arrived in Tallahassee right around 5:00, which seems to be our norm. Rush hour, of course, I declared. Fortunately, the route we took to get to the Sam's Club, although surface streets, wasn't too bad. We found the place with no problem - the GPS did not fail us this ...
Off to Tallahassee, Florida today. It should be a 6 hour drive today. Drove into the state of Alabama at 9:15 a.m. We saw the USS Alabama Battleship "The Hero of the Pacific." It rests at the Battleship Park on Mobile, Bay. I have a pic of it from the moving truck for your viewing enjoyment. I saw a truck blow it tire while it was passing us. Sounds like a shot gun with lots of smoke. Cool for me but not too cool for the driver I would think. 10:30 a.m. we entered ...
Drive to Nth Carolina - this is why I love driving in a different country, we went through many gorgeous little southern towns, pretty & picturesque, photos wouldn't do them justice as they must be seen to be appreciated. Stately southern homes, but we also saw a few less stately places which brings you back to the realisation that there is still a great difference between 'haves' & 'have nots' here. After driving a few hours we ...