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Topic: Terry Stockdale in Baton Rouge (11 msgs / 171 lines)
1) From: jim gundlach
If Terry Stockdale is still on the list, I will be staying in Baton  
Rouge tomorrow night, if possible, I'd like to meet your in person.
      Pecan Jim

2) From: Terry Stockdale
At 10:56 PM 12/21/2006, you wrote:
Yes, I'm still on the list, but have gotten WAY behind on my 
reading.  Just spotted this message...
Sorry I missed you, Jim -- that would have been great.
Terry Stockdale -- Baton Rouge, LA
My Coffee Pages:http://www.terrystockdale.com/coffee

3) From:
Hi Terry:
Love the way your site continues to evolve.
warmest regards for a new year.
---- Terry Stockdale  wrote: 

4) From: jim gundlach
     Our lives are rather chaotic, when my wife told me that she got  
us a motel in Baton Rouge, I posted knowing that there probably was  
not enough time to get together.  We did stumble on a great Italian  
restaurant near the LSU exit about a block south of I-10, I don't  
remember the name.
      Yesterday I drove back from near San Antonio, a little over 930  
miles, in twelve hours and fifteen minutes including two stops to  
take the two dogs for a short walk, give them food and water, get  
gas, go to the bathroom and get a butterfinger and a coke.  Carol  
will fly back Friday.
     Maybe next trip.
On Dec 26, 2006, at 6:21 AM, Terry Stockdale wrote:

5) From: Justin Marquez
On 12/27/06, jim gundlach  wrote:
Hmmm... lesssee... 930/12.25 =  75.91 mph.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)

6) From: miKe mcKoffee
And that average speed didn't factor in any time for the two pit stops:-)
Not to meniton Jim said "a little over 930 miles", how much over unknown... 
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7) From: Lynne
O.K., I traveled (I believe it was) that highway when I moved back to 
Boston from Tucson. THAT speed would mean everyone else (especially 
those trucks that seemed as though they were 3 football fields long) 
would leave you in the dust.
(who just said her prayers - constantly - til she was home with the 
SANE Boston drivers [in comparison])
On Dec 28, 2006, at 10:23 AM, miKe mcKoffee wrote:

8) From: Justin Marquez
On 12/28/06, Lynne  wrote:
My personal driving experiences indicate the wildest truck drivers
inhabit the interstate between Memphis, TN and Little Rock, AR.  The
wildest overall drivers are (were?) in New Orleans, LA and the fastest
dense traffic I recall ever being in  was in Hot-Lanta.
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)

9) From: Lynne
Well, I just will thank God that I'll never drive through those places 
(although we did take that Memphis/Little Rock route getting TO Tucson 
(it was a snails pace due to road construction) - if they are wilder 
than drivers in Texas and Louisiana!!
On Dec 28, 2006, at 11:27 AM, Justin Marquez wrote:

10) From: Justin Marquez
On 12/28/06, Lynne  wrote:
My experiences on that Arkansas stretch of road mostly have involved
my pulling a travel trailer, so it amplifies the fear factor due to
marauding trucks.
Once during that UGLY construction period I exited to I-55 North in
West Memphis onto a ramp constricted by construction to the point that
I had about a foot of total side clearance.  I was sure something was
going to scrape but thankfully it did not!
Safe Journeys and Sweet Music
Justin Marquez (CYPRESS, TX)

11) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
Wait I went from SA to NO is 11 hours flat when I passed a cop I was
doing 90 he didn't even blink... Why you go so slow?
(oh wait I had a badge at the time all the cops loved me!)
Corrctions school was in SA...

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