Today we went out to get some errands done before the storms move in. Linda needed to get some papers notarized for her nursing agency and get those mailed off. Picked up a few things at Wal Mart and then drove a little ways out of town to a roadside produce stand (Linda got information on this place from an EMT standing in line next to her at Wal Mart) to buy some veggies. We've been suffering from "Webster Withdrawal" since leaving Florida and our weekly run to Webster Flea Market for great fresh veggies. Nothing like that around here but we picked up a few things at this stand...."B" size potatoes that I made into potato salad, some large tomatoes that we sliced for sandwiches and we also got some pears and bananas. This will be a short term "fix" till some things come into season.
We're getting closer to knowing where our next destination will be. The agency has given her a choice of Lake Charles or Baton Rouge, LA. Since we know from last investigating campgrounds in Louisiana that the pipeline workers tend to have all the parks filled up, we thought we'd check for a site before picking which town we'll go to. Linda called around and there seems to be room in Baton Rouge so that is the choice. We should know more specifics in a few days.
In the meantime, rain is moving in overnight and it's supposed to rain for the next 3 or 4 days. Might be a good time to go investigate large indoor venues like museums and the nearby outlet stores.