21 June 2011 | Salt Lake City, UT
22 April 2011 | Bocas Town, Bocas del Toro, Panama, Central America, Earth, Our Solar System, Our Galaxy, The Universe
15 April 2011 | Colon, Panama
05 March 2011 | Simpson Bay Lagoon, St. Maarten
28 February 2011 | St. Johns, Antigua, W.I.
24 February 2011 | Falmouth Harbor, Antigua, West Indies
08 February 2011 | Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, West Indies
01 February 2011 | La Marin, Martinique, France, West Indies
27 January 2011 | Rodney Bay Marina, St. Lucia,West Indies
26 January 2011 | Rodney Bay Marina, St. Lucia, West Indies
21 January 2011 | Admiralty Bay, Bequia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, West Indies
18 January 2011 | Chatham Bay, Union Island, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, West Indies
05 January 2011 | Clifton Harbor, Union Island, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, West Indies
02 January 2011 | Union Island, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, West Indies
22 December 2010 | Port Elizabeth, Bequia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, West Indies
16 December 2010 | Rodney Bay, St. Lucia, West Indies
20 November 2010 | Las Palmas, Spain
14 November 2010 | Las Palmas, Spain
11 November 2010 | Las Palmas, Spain
29 October 2010 | Marina Bay, Gibraltar
What has 4 eyes/I's but cannot see?
25 February 2009 | Oxford, AL
We hit a change in the scenery at the OK/AR border. The scenery changed abruptly from bare hills to tree covered hills. I was surprised at the amount of deciduous trees. There were only a few pines in amongst thousands of deciduous trees covering the hillsides.
Today we covered a lot of ground. We went through 4 states -- Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama.
Arkansas was swampy. The deciduous trees combined with the water made it ideal for lots of wildlife. Wildlife that can easily be eaten by hawks! Needless to say, we saw quite a few hawks searching the land for a dinner.
In Tennessee we only went through the southwest corner. Which meant that we went through Memphis. But, before we got there, we crossed the great Mississippi River (more on that later). Memphis seemed that it was a nice city. Based upon the fact that we saw no people on street corners with signs saying "Feed me!". From what I could tell, Tennessee was pretty much the same scenery-wise as Arkansas.
Now for Mississippi. Mississippi was considerably drier seeing as there was a golf course with brown grass instead of green grass! There was also more evergreens in Mississippi (mostly pines). Apparently it's warmer there too -- Daffodils were in bloom! Sewage treatment ponds weren't that un-common either.
In Alabama the scenery didn't change much, but the skies did. They went from a semi-grey to very drab grey. (Luckly it didn't rain) But we finally made it to Burmingham. From there we drove 'till 6 p.m. and arrived at Oxford.
Fun Fact: We saw a barge on the Mississippi River that was pushing...12 barges! SailBlogs won't let me attatch a photo so there isn't a photo today. Sorry!
Answer to the question is...Mississippi.
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