We went 64.7 miles to an Anchorage called Sumter Landing. We managed two locks today, the Stenis and Bevill Locks. A big paddle boat was up on Shore. We tried running the generator to cook lunch but it quit right after the coffee brewed. Houses are still built on stilts along the Tenn-Tom. It was very cold this November 2nd. I put my Christmas socks on because they keep my feet warm. Heavy sweatshirts are perfect and gloves for me. When we arrived at our Anchorage we rafted to Parrot Bay on his port side facing the opposite way with our anchor in the opposite direction and Island Girl to them on the starboard side. Docktails and Dinner. Very quiet area. A lot of hyacinths and cabbage in the water.
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Love following your adventures! I bet you’ve never had as much alone time with your husband! What great times to share! Today is our church Fall supper, so I wash dishes from 4:00 – 6:00. I do enjoy my rommegrot though!
Yum. I figured he was gone on the road most of our Marriage. Now it’s time to catch up