Approaching Storm Prevents Climbing Out of "Bowl"
long day away from home and family for the migration team. A storm
with high winds and possible lightning ruined today's plans to leave
Walker County, Georgia. Their location is like being plunked in
the middle of a big bowl. Heather says, "We're on the bottom, much like the only
leftover Cheerio, when all the milk has been drained. The wind comes
over the edges of
our bowl, seemingly blowing from all directions, while on the table outside the
bowl, conditions are calm." It's really frustrating! Once out
of this bowl, there are no more ridges to worry about. The finish
in sight and
be a downhill slide
into Crystal River, FL. They just need a good day to climb out of there!
Guess what? Two years ago today marked the end of the 2002 journey south.
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