We woke up to the sound of rain early this morning. We closed down camp and got ready to roll without getting too wet. It’s a good thing we didn’t try to wait it out because we drove in steady rain for several hours before breaking through to dryer conditions around 11:00. The drive across Alabama and Mississippi brings us to Paul B. Johnson state park near Hattiesburg. We are camped on a finger of land at a nice, tree lined lake. However, as we arrived in late afternoon it was about 90 degrees and we are feeling the humidity. Still, it’s a pretty spot. We’ll probably use the air conditioner in the camper tonight for the first time since the first day or two of our trip.
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