|Sunrise at Davis Lake Campground|
We left Chewacla State Park a little later than we normally leave on a travel day. We went over to see our son and fetch his doggie, Jo Jo and wish him well on his move. We will catch up with him in Baton Rouge in a few days or so. Our journey was to take us to Van Vleet, Mississippi which is right off the Natchez Trace and about 20 miles south of Tupelo.
|Stephen's dog JoJo|
We decided to stay at Davis Campground in the Tom Bigbee National Forest. This is not a huge campground but it is very very nice!! It sits on Davis Lake and the sites are concrete with water and electric and lots of ambience!! We landed a site right on the lake!!
|Entering the Davis Lake Campground|
|View from our Back Window|
They were all cute but the light blue boy just seemed to speak to us.
He is no longer called "light blue boy" but Asher which means happiness or blessed in Hebrew.
Last night he enjoyed some things for the first time...a walk on a leash, toys, his own bowl of food and sleeping beside our bed. I am happy to say he played well, slept well and got along with our Nick and guest doggie, Jo Jo. In fact, all of our doggies did very well last night. Things will be a little better whenever there is only the two doggies but Jo Jo is a good little fellow and is honestly no trouble whatsoever. So our "three dog night" is going well.
We left Davis Lake this morning and headed down the Natchez Trace toward Jackson, Mississippi. This is about half way to Natchez, Mississippi which is our destination for Wednesday. We have completed the Natchez Trace all the way to Jackson but no further south so we are finally going to be able to complete the Trace. After that we will make our way over to Baton Rouge and take a look at the new apartment and see how Stephen is doing in his new "home."
We have certainly seen a lot of beautiful, peaceful sights in just two days. Everywhere we go, if we slow down and look, there is beauty to behold. I hope you enjoy what we have seen "Through the Lens."