Here’s a short video from our stay at the gator ranch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUvYOP56An8&feature=share
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This week we stayed a night at Gulf Coast Gator Ranch in Mosspoint, MS.
It was a fantastic overnight stay and we did their airboat tour, as well as seeing and learning about the alligators that are kept at their sanctuary.
Below is one of the pictures we took.
These are the states we’ve visited by RV.
We’ve covered a lot of ground in just six months since we added the Motorhome to our mix of housing options. Since it was in the shop for two months getting repairs and upgrades, most of this travel happened in just 4 short months. By the end of January, we will have added 7 or 8 more states to our U.S. sticker.
We hope to visit many friends in 2017!
We’re storing up treasures in heaven because there’s no more room in the RV. Plus, heavenly treasures don’t require extended warranties and oil changes!
Can you fit everything you own into one picture? We can!!
It’s a little chilly on the beach this morning. I’m not complaining though because we are DONE being hot and sweaty this year. Just like last year, the hot weather followed us right through Christmas and up to the new year. Well, it’s possible that WE followed the hot weather that long.
We are leaving the chilly Gulf Beach to head toward the Atlantic Coast. We will be staying in Savannah for two weeks. I consider Savannah a second home because of all of the time I’ve spent in the city for work and conferences. However, this will be the first time we have stayed here in the RV. I am so excited to spend some time in this beautiful city and see a few of my favorite customers.
See ya in Savannah!
We’re still on our way to Alabama. We decided to stop in West Monroe, Louisiana for the night.
Driving on Louisiana roads can drain you pretty quickly. It gets extremely bumpy during some stretches of road. Our goal was to make it all the way through the state, but we were getting weary and found an RV park. I took Daisy out for her walk and didn’t see any of the usual dog owner warnings. Instead, there’s one warning sign about alligators.
Here’s your sign.