Last night, our old neighbor and friend Donna Lee came to the trailer for dinner and the Laser Show. It was great catching up, and having her see my kids. Derek has grown up so much since the last time she saw him, so I think she was a bit surprised with how big he has become. We chatted about all the mutual friends and family. We reviewed our road trip, and since Donna has done this trip several times we discussed re-routing our trip on the way back. We are going to really look things over when we are in New Orleans to figure out the best way to return home. We have been on the road for a little over 2 weeks now, and we are enjoying it immensely. At some point, I think we are really going to want to get home. We are supposed to hit up the Carlsbad Caverns, but since we saw Ruby Falls, we are questioning whether it's really that important. We may take a northern route back. We would love to see Denver, but there are some concerns about pulling our trailer through the mountains, so we are going to do some research to figure out what would be best.
After dinner, we caught the shuttle to the Laser Show. Donna was perfectly prepared with a blanket for us to sit on and a OFF to keep the bugs away. We are going to Walmart to pick up one of the portable OFF spray for Florida. It's like a little fan that has a constant release of bug deterrent, but it doesn't smell and you can't feel it. Donna said the bugs will get worse as we continue to head south. We are not enjoying the bugs people deal with out here. Everyone loved the laser show, and it was nice because although we sat on the grass, no one got bit! Haha, thanks Donna!
Devlin made lots of friends throughout the camp ground, so he was really disappointed we were leaving today. Derek and I visited Georgia Tech this morning which we absolutely loved. Then we packed up and got on the road. Our neighbors at the camp ground are from Florida, and they told us about a place to camp that they love right off the 75. We are on our way there now. It's in Madison Florida.