|Today was a travel day, as we are headed to South Florida, intending to be at my cousin's by late Friday. It was fairly uneventful, although the heat is not what we would like. Linda is beat, read to have a "meltdown," especially in that tomorrow's forecast is much the same as that of today.
We spent most of the day on the interstate (I-95) which runs not far from the coast through Georgia to Jacksonville, FL (planning to be though there tomorrow). What I didn't expect was how much of the land along the highway is marsh or swamp -- large grasses and reeds with lots of open water though it and numerous rivers headed to the ocean. I also noted there were numerous logging trucks on this interstate, but unlike those in Oregon, filled with 6-8 or so very large tree trunks, these are filled with probably 20-25 much smaller tree trunks. They are too long to be just limbs, but seem to be about the size of what one would expect of limbs of the Oregon trees.
The wifi connection here is not very fast, but hopefully this will be saved unlike yesterday, where I had to re-write one of the entries.