From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
After a quick visit with Greg and Jan yesterday morning we pulled out of the Colorado River Thousand Trails in Columbus, Tex., at 10 o’clock, eastbound on Interstate 10.
I was a little apprehensive about going through Houston, but Greg had assured me that on a Sunday morning it shouldn’t be bad at all. And he was right. There wasn’t a whole lot of traffic and we made very good time. It was a good day for driving and we motored right along.
We crossed into Louisiana almost before we knew it, and Miss Terry managed to get a picture of the welcome sign, even though I hit a bump just as she clicked the shutter.
There were a couple of nasty bumps along the way, but overall the highway was pretty good. In fact, it was rougher the last few miles in Texas then it was after we crossed the state line.
This is the Calcasieu River Bridge in Lake Charles, officially named the World War II Memorial Bridge. As you can see, it’s very high, with two narrow lanes going in each direction.
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