Big Bend National Park


Got Rolled

Adventure Location: Decatur, Alabama to
 Morton, Ms
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Rolled Date: September 29.

The OFM and Team got rolling this morning right at 0800. The first rolling in five months took a bit of getting used to. There are automatics that don’t happen when the OFM has not been towing for a while. He quickly recalled the little things like the extra room for turns. Nothing got hurt but there are new tracks in the sand at the first corner. Over all we got in the 275 miles with no troubles at all.

By 1430 we were in our nest for the night and the 120v power was wonderful since it was 94 outside. This really nice campsite at Roosevelt State Park in Morton, Ms is quite comfortable and easy to back into.

The first thing we noticed or actually heard is all the noise the migratory geese are making. I hope they quieten down for the night. There seems to be a lot of them scattered around the lake. Here is a picture from just down the hill form the Castle.

The OFM decided to take a lake picture while he was down there since the hill is steep and high and he did not want to climb it but once.

There is not a lot of fall in the trees or bushes yet. However there was a couple of limbs overhanging the lake that had some color.

On the other side of the lake is tent camping areas. This motorcycle rider seems to have found himself a nice spot for the night.

Now the OFM is going to rest a lot since he found that the long driving hours ability he used to have five months ago have disappeared. He wants to be sure he is ready for our 308 mile roll tomorrow in search of a place for having tooooo much fun.

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