Well, 1550 miles later, we arrive in Hattiesburg, MS. Not without incident, however. In Birmingham, AL today we had a tire issue on the trailer. God Bless that truck driver that saw our tire go flat and honked a warning to us before it blew (Steve said it was hot when he touched it). We've had a number of angels along the way who helped us at just the right time. God was definitely keeping a keen eye on us as we traveled down here. For that we are grateful.
The weather down here is what you would expect. Isaac clouds hang very heavy over us right now. They are extremely dark and almost close enough to touch. Sort of eerie. We've seen some flooding too. The rivers are moving quickly and we passed a golf course that was completely under water - kind of like Cottonwood Creek Golf Course on Central Avenue.
Just wanted you to know that we made it and are going to settle in for a good night's sleep. Our workday is 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. but at least they feed us. MMMMMMM. Powdered mash potatoes and canned green beans here we come!!!!!!
Good night people and thank God that you don't live in Mississippi or Louisiana. If Steve and I get off duty earlier than expected we may stop in and visit our friends in Waveland, MS. They were, once again, hit hard so we just want to stop and give them a hug or something.