Bay Town Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Adult pool
- Room service
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... include passenger and freight ferries, luxury boats. We also saw lots of refineries on the Gulf coast if the Keystone Pipeline goes through this is where the oil will end up!
We decided to head back along the coast on Highway 90 through Gulfport into New Orleans. It was nice to drive the coast road along miles & miles of beach BUT we couldn't ...
... has a wide tank, which has often irritated my hamstrings and inner thighs during a long day in the saddle. By moving the handlebars up and back, with an aftermarket adapter, my comfort improved dramatically and, as a bonus, I also experienced greater control over the bike. I also used an aftermarket adapter to lower my foot pegs about an inch. Although I sacrificed a little lean angle, it was well worth it. Wear Appropriate Riding Gear: While we all know the importance of ...
Hello again from Mississippi!
We were blessed with an incredible rest of the day, yesterday! All of the work sites came back a bit early to get washed up and ready to go out to eat and bowling. All the vans went to different restaurants and we all met at Lucky Strikz. We were able to bowl several games and had the entire place filled! They can house 129 people for sure! We appreciate them letting us invade their bowling alley and we ...
... building houses, we had students doing demolition, students installing insulation, students building a pavilion with possible picnic tables, and so much more! Kids returned tired, after a hard day’s work, but spirits were high and excitement was in the air!
We’ve seen the Lord move through our team as a whole. We have students who have never held hammers who are ...
I know, I know, I've been to Mississippi already back at the start of my 50/50 in Yazoo City. When I was in North Carolina, the office manager of the Mt. Airy Habitat affiliate, Sheree Russo told me about a conference for leadership training of volunteers that was being sponsored by Habitat International.. It peeked my interest and when I contacted the man in charge, ...