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16
2014

Galveston

We drove Louisiana backroads yesterday, taking whatever squiggle led towards the coast. We eventually hit the brown water, then turned right to run west. As we were driving along we would see old abandoned houses and I would tease Ouest by saying how nice they looked, and asking
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14
2014

West

We are inexorably drawn to the West. We really tried to convince ourselves to go East on this trip. We woke up yesterday morning still planning on going that way, but then we checked the weather, saw that Pensacola was going to get rainy and cold for a week, and said, “The
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14
2014

Travco Costs

Here’s what it took us to make a nearly fifty year-old motorhome into our current home. 1966 Dodge Travco Motorhome 9,000.00       misc renovation 4,280.28       reupholester original chairs/couches 3,128.00       tires 1,960.91       inverter w/charger 839.84       vinyl
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12
2014

New Orleans

After a busy day downtown the day before, it was time for some rest around the campground. Because of the bus I’ve had many, many conversations with other RVers. Which down here in Louisiana is more fun for me than most other times simply because of the accents. Especially
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10
2014

French Quarter Fest

New Orleans. Ali and I talked about coming down here way back when we were living in Chicago. It’s just one of those places we never seemed to make it to (New York City being the other glaring stand-out). Today we made it, and after a very full day I’ve realized two
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09
2014

Bayou Segnette State Park

Pretty uneventful few days as we just continue tooling along in a southerly direction. Last week I mentioned 150 miles as being our daily limit, but now that we’re in warmer weather and not in such a hurry in the mornings, we’re realizing that the number is more along