We manage to get home after spending two more nights on the road. The first night is at Antique Village RV park, on I-20 half-way across Louisiana, a Good Sam’s park in the woods. We forgot to ask about the antique village and left wondering if it related to the ancient trailers in the park?
Our last night on the road we find a COE campground, Jennings Ferry, in Eutaw, Alabama. As you can see from the picture above, it is just what we need. The deck overlooks a creek and the temperature is in the 70’s. I am thankful that it’s warm!
This guy is welcoming us back to the south.
We grill, (David grills), and watch the waves lap the shore. I wonder what’s next in our life? Are we really going to sell the house and move into the duplex?
Home is another 6 hours up the road. The sun is still shining as we pull into the driveway and I say a prayer of thanksgiving for arriving safely…..another incredible multi-month trip!
Our daffodils greet us!
Our yard looks barren except for these few flowers. The two huge gardenia shrubs, my rosemary and one azalea looks dead! The gardenias have been here for decades before we bought the house 14 years ago…..what a winter we missed!!!!
Since returning, we are catching up with all the little undone things…and some not so little like applying for Medicare.
This is the first time I’m packing and unpacking at the same time as we are going to a big rally in Alabama, the Green Eggs and Ham (in honor of St Patrick’s Day). This time the boats are going as we will be on water at another COE, Gunter Hill, near Montgomery.
As much as I disliked leaving the desert, it does feel nice to be home.
One last desert picture……