still thinking about the south
7/23/2018 04:07:08 pm
I have been coming to Alabama from north Alabama down to the Gulf of Mexico in Alabama for a few decades since 1971. It has always been desirable to have reservations where I have traveled. Most of the time motel reservations but since full timing camping reservations except when staying at a rest area on an Interstate. As long as you have a thick wallet or fat credit card you will be able to reserve some sort of accommodations if you plan a several days ahead. The thing that often gets me monkeyed up is the quite cold weather in all of Alabama. At the end of November twice I have attended family gatherings at Gulf $hores and found the highs for the day to be almost 50 with the wet wind cutting slices through me. Up here in the north three or four months of the year you will find overnight temps in the high to mid twenties for a week or so at a time. Then it will be up into the thirties with light winds at night. A 50 degree day high is really a welcome event. November through March is my no go time for trailering in Alabama. It seldom gets iced over for more than a day at a time. However I do think you should see for yourself but do it in late late September and November or wait for late March and April. April is usually a great time over here. Have fun but your wallet will be thinnnnnner when you leave.
7/23/2018 07:26:22 pm
Thank you Barney, that was very specific and concise information. I'm thinking that the way I drive [snails pace] I'll be getting to the South late October or early November. I was hoping to be there when the leaves are changing but I might be a little late.
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