Spent the night at Airey Lake in the southern part of De Soto National Forest.
Found it easily and was glad that there was only one other tent there. The place was so small that I couldn't figure out where another camper would pitch a tent.
The only spot I saw was up a little incline. I loved it! Queen of the Hill for a night
The night was indeed cold again, but I just hung around in my sleeping bag until the sun warmed up the meadow.
The fact that I actually had reception made lounging around more pleasant, I was able to say hi to my daughter and some friends and see how they were doing.
Once the sun was up I got to see my surroundings a bit better
I walked up to the geese to take their picture, I didn't need to bother they came to me, hoping for some food.
I am currently waiting at PJs coffee in Gulfport for sk8rdi16 (pat) to get off work
While sitting here I bumped into Richard ReadySet Go is his wife, but they both ride.
He recognized Spirit sitting in the parking lot. LOL, she's famous!
Spirit in front of the ocean in Long Beach MS