I have the second load of laundry going and most of the things brought in from the
Airstream so it 's about time to take break and say Hi, Welcome Home everyone!
Glad you made it, one way or another.
We had such a great time at the Rally! Thanks to all of you!
Yes,the ride home was intense.
That was some storm that blew across the country. We were pretty far down the road
before we drove into rain on I-10. I got up from my nap and road shot gun through the
ever growing swamplands of Louisiana. The Airstream road like a dream. There were banged up cars in the ditches and deep water everywhere. We lead a parade through the worst of it and only had to blast one guy with the Dixie air horns when he must have dropped his beer due to the lightning and swerved across both lanes, settling in the middle of both, till Gabrielle blew his horn that is
We were on that part of I-10 that's just a bridge over 20 miles of bayou and you can see gators swimming! I kept asking if we were in the storm yet! I mean it was raining and all but we were just hugging the road pushing through about 45 mph. With the windshield wipers each keeping a different beat.
It was clearing up when we drove into Texas around 4pm
At Beaumont we left the the interstate and went up to Village Creek State Park. We took a walk, watched the wildlife, had a huge shrimp cocktail salad for dinner using up the rest of the leftover shrimp.(mmmm that was a great dinner Saturday night wasn't it)
Today we drove "back roads" to Austin
and arrived this afternoon. I kissed the Airstream and said thank you! Job well done!
I didn't know how luckey we were till I read all the posts. Wow I'm glad you're all home safe and sound, well as sound as ya'all were when you last I saw you
..back to work in the a.m., think we can drive the Airstream to work tomorrow Peter?
....more about the Rally later,Mystic Springs Camp is awesome it was great to fell like we were so welcome there and to see so many Motor homes was wonderful.It's the most I've ever seen!
now let's see who trades who's for whom's ...