Monday was moving day. We packed up in the morning, headed over to the rental car company where we've rented 2 cars for the week. Weather is cloudy and a bit cooler with rain showers.
Driving to Waveland, Mississippi was an adventure with extremely heavy rain showers and thunderstorms. Paul and Dave pulled over to wait out the rain - it was so hard that you couldn't see more than a couple of feet in front of the car. We watched the water rise up in the ditch beside the road.
Our cottage for the week is just that - 2 bedrooms, smallish, in the woods, perfectly clean and air conditioned! Yay! The rain and thunder and lightning has carried on, so we spent the afternoon relaxing on the porch, sipping our beverages and watching the weather.
For dinner, we headed out to a local seafood place. All you can eat catfish for $10.95. This is a great part of the world for seafood - if you like it deep fried. Paul had the best thing - blackened catfish. The temperature has fallen down to the upper 60s, with high humidity.
Bugs are not too bad, but what they do have are extremely aggressive, Paul being a victim of an extremely aggressive ant like thing with a huge stinger and a nasty bite. Chomp