Our final stop was in Biloxi, Mississippi. We didn't do bad, but didn't do great either. Richard said we need to just send them a check twice a year and save money on fuel and campgrounds. He might be right.
|Part of the 26 mile beach stretching from|
Biloxi to Gulfport, Mississippi
|The Beau Rivage where I left most of my money.|
Trip started April 28 and ended September 14.
Approximately 14,500 miles. BTW that was for the bus only. That didn't count any mileage we added to the tow vehicle.
Approximately 2,000 gallons of fuel.
Average 7.4 miles per gallon.
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I give thanks to God for being with us and watching over us. With us, He had his hands full. Bless his heart.
I took a ton of pictures, and I tried to post as many as I could to try to show all of you some of the beauty of Alaska. However, none of the pictures I took moved me the way the following one did.
For all intents and purposes, I'm home.
Oh, yeah and another way I know we are home--sheets of driving rain hurling itself into our windshield. Lightning illuminating the dark sky for miles around. Some cars pulled off the side of the road. Hazard lights flashng everywhere. It couldn't have been a more perfect display to welcome me home. Yes, I'm home.
Until next time,