I have to say Diana and Chris stick with us through thick and thin....if we exit, even if they remotely question it, they still follow us.....LOL
Now that's friendship.
It is a little place next to Landry's Seafood and as soon as we opened the door into the place, we walked back out.
This place is a ghost town.
No one is out...and there aren't very many trailers even here.
We are thinking that the parties are over and everyone has gone home for the summer.
Here is the link to Mcgees Swamp Tours
We had the boat and the guide to ourselves.
It is really expected to be a very bad storm and our hearts go out to the people in her path.
The Tractor Supply in the town of Canton got some of our business today as it was the only place we could find bolts, washers, and nuts to bandage the Taj-Mah-Hauler back together.
Chris notices a big chunk out of one of his tires, so he changes the tire and puts on his spare.
This was one of those working stops, but at least our guys make sure we are safe.
There is a little Taco Shop in front of the resort, so we walk over and get some Mexican Food for dinner and take it back to the trailers and eat outside.
The sunset was beautiful this evening, and I think I really got a good picture of it.
But we have some miles to make so we set out on our final day of travels.
all of his tires are either separated or in the process of separating.
This same fellow had talked to us on that stop as well.
He now knows the scoop on them so his wife is going to be so proud of him.
(I don't think he was really stalking us, just a very friendly guy) ROFL
Pottsboro, TX was a perfect spot to pull over for a moment.
the ones that you see every time you travel that same road.
They are once again driven by without a stop.
Thanks to them for participating in another C&D Adventure.