Short post for a very, very long day. We left Lynn Haven Florida at an hour when people should be tucked in bed fast asleep. It was dark out, pitch black, O-dark-thirty by my watch....actually 5:30AM. We headed northwest across country towards I-10. In addition to dark, we had plenty of fog. The humidity was thick enough to cut with a knife.
By the time we hit Alabama, the sun was out and we were rolling right along.
Traffic was good through Mobile and on through Mississippi. In Louisiana, we stopped at the Rest Area near the John C. Stennis Space Center. It is a great rest area. It has some great pull through places for an RV to stop for a nice rest on the far side of the rest area but, unfortunately, you can't stop overnight. I've never had a chance to stop and take one of the tours but it sounds interesting if you pass through here. I have to say that all the rest areas across Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana on I-1- are beautiful and have security.
We stopped for gas and picked up food along the way but this wasn't a pleasure jaunt. It was a very long day. We arrived back in San Antonio at about 9:15 PM. Definitely not a relaxing RV trip but we needed to get back so we could head out again early Saturday morning.