Vancleave Missisippi

The countryside is looking awfully familiar. New smooth pavement, minimal traffic and the gentlest rolling hills when not completely flat made for a very pleasant cycling day.  On the road today I learned to identify the song of the tufted titmouse: Peter, peter, peter, peter. Riding sweep I’ve gotten to know the only true tourer-mode cyclist on the trip, Fuat. (Most others have a strong dose of road cyclist in them.) The bird songs all mean something to him, thus the lesson on the tufted titmouse.  

The campsite once again was rougher than most wanted but sort of what I’d expect in areas not catering to educated and/or moneyed visitors. Poor southern states have poor private-run southern RV camping sites.  I too would like the plave to be a notch or two higher but am not surprised it isn’t.







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2 Responses to   Vancleave Missisippi

  1. turtleman2 says:

    You’re definitely back in familiar environs now, but with pitcher plants! I hope the weather is cooperating; Athens is going through week-long spells of hot, dry weather, separated by a day of rain and storms, some of which have been very rough.

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    • cmyers2190 says:

      I believe I am in the tail end if the system that is causing bike rides to be canceled today back home. I’m driving the
      Van today. Amusingly had a good 30 min downpour as the last two were pulling out and my camping gear, bike and clothing were stil out. Survived and still have my sense of humor. Big doses of that have been needed. 🚴🏻‍♀️🚵🏻‍♀️😊👍🏼🌈

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