I finally caught up with Pam, at a nine-site Rv place. The owner wasn't there, so she had to turn on the water and electricity herself, and we have to put payment in a pipe somewhere on the property, and he'll get it Monday. Crazy, but not as crazy as the mosquitoes. We have never seen so many! I'll never complain about Rodanthe N C again. The motor home was covered with them at dusk, and they were everywhere inside from going in and out (as few times as we could). We ended up spraying inside after I went Bonsai on them with a fly swatter for a while, and they just laughed at me. I hope we can get out of the Rv tomorrow.
We did go for a walk on the beach, and looked at all the off shore drilling rigs (there must be twenty of them in sight), and collected seashells that were black or stained from BP oil.
|I-10 bridge where I had to walk my bike across|
|All about shrimping|
|LA 27 is part of this trail|
|You can drive on the Gulf beach, as long as you follow these rules! Remember - No displays of Power!!!|
|Hit a stretch where there were blanket flowers all along the road. Haven't seen them since we left the Outer Banks!|
|The walkway where I scared the alligator.|
|Along the walkway|
|Bike needed a rest.|
|Chunk of hardened oil.|
|Donnie and Faith make t-shirts. This one says: Pooh Yied pronounced - poe yea. It's Cajun for yee haw! And now you can speak Cajun!|
|Looking at oil rigs. See the dots out on the horizon??|
|Donnie and Faith's flag sales. |
|The flag says: Heritage Not Hate|