After lunch we headed back into Rockport to visit Camper Clinic in search of a valve to take care of an issue we've been having with our black tank gate valve not closing completely, hope this solves the problem. We found the local HEB and while it's a fine store with great stuff it's not as nice as the one in Corpus Christi we love.
Wednesday was bitter cold out, I never got out of my pj's and Dave had to wear two layers of sweat pants to go fishing, crazy man that he is. He fished on and off all day coming home to warm up, though he "says" he had one big enough to keep if he could have landed it.I spent the day inside working on our March and April campgrounds to get us back to VT, our arrival date there is around the 29th of April. If our campground isn't ready we have friends willing to let us park in their drive for a few nights, hope it won't be necessary but nice to have options.
We are headed through LA, MS & AL, then headed up to Lake Park GA to visit friends, our route has private and public (state & COE) campgrounds and in Lake Park our friend is a vet so he's getting us reservations at Grassy Pond which is a military campground. Afterwards we are heading to Montgomery AL where we will stay at Gunter Hill Park, beyond that it's still up in the air.
Today has turned into a beautiful day, Dave spent the morning fishing catching his daily limit of 5 sheepshead I on the other hand went for an hour long bike ride. After his trip we took a bike ride to see the big tree and view some birds in the field across from it.
Big Oak - over 1000 years old, what tales it could tell of hurricanes, fires, drought, floods and so much more.
Oyster boats seen right outside our door.
We met friends from Gulf Waters for a late lunch or early dinner at Pop's Tavern just a few minutes from here. It was so nice of them to come out and meet us, like all of our friends we will miss them and look forward to seeing them again next winter. We already have plans for our first rib bbq, Dec 2nd so if anyone is around then come and join us.
Until next time...