We ended up staying 3 nights at the Woods campground in Montgomery. I had a lot of bookkeeping to do. We have a new accountant and a new bookkeeping system, so I had to re-enter all of 2008 business records. I did it! I celebrated by treating myself with a ride to Mobile, Alabama :-)
Really ... it is a wonderful treat for me to just be a passenger. I watch the scenery and have no obligations other than occasionally getting up to fetch a drink for my chauffeur!
Here is some of the scenery. This is I-65 crossing the Mobile river.
And, here's our campspot in Mobile.
11am: I am fully recuperated now and we're back on the road. I have my laptop on my lap, plugged into power from an inverter and plugged into the Internet with my cell phone! We're headed west on I-10 - just crossed the Mississippi state line. We'll be going thru New Orleans today and on to Gonzales, LA where we'll be doing the Holiday Rambler rally
In case you haven't noticed, I've added our complete 2009 rally schedule in the left sidebar of this blog. If you know a rally along this route that may be interested in our computer seminars, let us know!
1 pm: Slight change of plans .. we just found out that we can't stay at the rally site until tomorrow, so we need to stay somewhere else tonight. We found a Passport America park in New Orleans - 2 blocks from the French Quarter. We've been thru New Orleans a couple of times, but never stopped. I guess it's time. And, the park has a hot tub .. Oh Boy!
Gosh darn wish I had looked at your blog sooner. It’s 11PM. We could have met you in the FQ. We are in New Orleans as well. We are on the west bank at Bayou Segnette State Park. Byron and Linda Landry are here as well. Sorry we missed you two. Congrads on your success at FMCA. I told you a long while ago you two were great. You have come into you calling !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO GUYS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You're in New Orleans?
I'm just sayin'
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