Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Two Days Travel

Where Are We Today
St. Bernard, Louisiana 
Leaving Southern Trails RV Resort, in Unadilla Georgia, we travelled a short distance on I-75 before taking exit 99 onto US 300. This is a very smooth four lane hwy with moderate traffic that took us to Albany, Georgia. From here we were onto US 90/2, a two lane, smooth driving hwy, down through Donalsonville, Malone, Campbellton and finally Graceville, where we turned south onto US 77 which took us to I-10. Reaching Pensacola, Florida, we stopped at a Cracker Barrel at 8050 Lavelle Way.
NCIS New Orleans  I'm a fan of the show, this is on St. Ann St

Our second day of travel was a short three hours along I-10 to an out of the way campground called Richards RV Park at 350 Bayou Rd. St. Bernard Louisiana. It is nothing fancy, but it is quiet with full hook ups for $125.00 U.S. for the week. We are 15 minutes from Bourbon St. New Orleans where we will take in a new experience over the next few days.

New Orleans VooDoo Doll (just for my buddy, you know who you are)

Make sure you follow Patsy to keep up with our adventures. Thanks for stopping by, take care until the next time.



  1. Glad you are finding the better roads to travel on.
    Be Safe and Enjoy staying warm.

    It's about time.

  2. Thanks guys, yes the roads are better and I think the route has a lot to do with that.

  3. When I begin to think our California roads are bad, I just remember back to driving the East Coast!!

  4. Nice little catch up Bill..short and sweet :) Hoping the weather warms for you guys!

  5. The roads are always interesting, no matter where we travel, aren't they? I always enjoy that neck of the woods. Some very interesting things to see and do there.

    1. Yes the roads are interesting no matter where we travel. This is our first time in this neck of the woods, but we would like to come back.