Monthly Archives: November 2009

At the Fort

I arrived yesterday and found my way into Cockspur Island and Fort Pulaski with a minimum of effort, due mainly to the excellent maps provided to me by Charles (Roz on chat). He was so kind to come and pick … Continue reading

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Ft. Pulaski N.M., Savannah GA

I finally got here, and who all said I shouldn’t have much traffic on a Sunday morning? I-95 surprised me with the constant traffic in both lanes, vehicles going 70+ mph with very little space in between. It is unnerving … Continue reading

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Blow Out!

I got to within 70 or 80 miles of my goal today and heard a loud explosion. I pulled onto the shoulder of I-95 South, and sure enough, my right rear tire on the 5th wheel had blown. I made … Continue reading

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A cold wind blowing

My last day in Asheville is the most uncomfortable to me yet. At least it seems to be the coldest but that is no doubt because of the wind blowing. The heat, set at about 50, kept recycling on and … Continue reading

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If only

I got a very thought provoking blurb in my email today, that talks about the “if onlys” in our lives – if only I had *** – I would then be content. Well I think everyone thinks this way at … Continue reading

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Gathering loose ends

I’m almost down to the wire before leaving North Carolina and I’m trying to do and cross the items off my list. I just finished laundry which didn’t take all that long. Tomorrow and Friday are forecasted to be rainy, … Continue reading

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Good to go for another 10 years! (2nd post Nov.24)

My passport arrived today. I will have to say it is the ugliest passport I’ve ever seen. Whereas they used to be fairly attractive and looked official, this one is a piece of junk as far as I’m concerned. All … Continue reading

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