We took the trip south via Fort Wayne Indiana and had an awesome stop at new friends and Three Red Barns hosts of BoonDockers welcome. We had a great visit with lessons in some favourite card games.
A trip to Elkhart and the RV museum was in order.
Because of a golf ball size rock our windshield needed replacement.
A trip and stay in Elkhart had us set up with a brand new windshield. The trip afforded us to Notre Dame University. The home of the fighting Irish.
We got on the road south again and had a great overnight visit at more new Boondocker Welcome hosts. An awesome stay, albeit short.
And then we were off for for the 444 mile Natchez Trace. We had stays in the free parks. Meriwether Lewis, Jeff Busby and Rocky Springs. Even with a downed tree and rain it was a great trail.
A trip to the deserted town of Rocky Springs. All that remains a church, a couple of wells and old trusting sages in the woods.
Our only departure from the trace was a trip to Tupelo Mississippi to the Tombigbee State Park for two nights. We also had the opportunity to visit the birthplace of Elvis Presley.
Then back on the trace to Natchez where we departed the and made tracks south towards Texas. A great but really rough drive over I10. We got to boondock in a Cracker Barrel. We had a beautiful sunset and a frosty morning.
…. And then we’re off to Texas…..