Bay Town Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hot for staying
at too many freedom camping spots without air conditioning so we went
to Magic River Resort near Guildport Mississippi. $18 a night with
Passport America, a pool (which half the family is using while I type
this), small playground which Kaitlin enjoyed for a few minutes and a
very quiet stop with only 15 RV spaces. Tomorrow we head to Louisiana
and maybe a stop in New Orleans if we can Google how that will work
with an RV.
... upper body. Thankfully, the roads are well maintained so the bike operator does not have to deal with additional pressure injury on the wrists from bouncing through pot-holes. This posture has the pelvis in extension, which can aggravate certain types of disc injuries. Cruiser Riding Posture See pic Cruiser posture has the feet forward, low-slung seat, and slightly higher grips and controls. This posture has the operator is a slightly reclined position. The feet are often ...
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 ...
... since it gave me an opportunity to enjoy the changes in scenery and nature of the area as we crept into Mississippi. There’s lots of construction down here; some of it is still related to hurricane Katrina, despite the fact that over five years have passed since that incident.
We had only about fifty miles to drive to reach St. Louis, Mississippi. The next campground is located a few miles south toward the gulf from ...