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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.
... 10) and we're off to Gulfport, MS. More rain! And some of it was what we in Texas refer to as a "frog strangler". A lot of the time it was raining so hard you had trouble seeing the tail lights of the vehicle in front of you. Surprisingly, Wendell drove very well and didn’t scare me more than a half dozen times. No yelling today.
I know most of you will agree that I am ...
... entry that the state park here had been totally destroyed by Hurricane Katrina -- well, this entire coastal area was also destroyed. All along the Gulf you see either only stilts standing where houses once were or brand new homes sitting on high cement stilts. In the state park the office, bathrooms, and all structures are up on stilts. On another subject, there is one thing that is very bothersome in this area -- no-see-ums (except that you ...
... excited when I realized we were only about ½ mile from the Gulf Coast. It looked very close on the map; but I had not paid close attention to how close it was to the beach—I was just trying to get us to the campground without getting lost! The only note about our travels today… we missed our turnoff to the campground and were forced to go further down a 2 ...
... is very neutral. It keeps the back straight and the neck in a more neutral posture. The shoulders and elbows are held comfortably on the grips without over reaching or over-extending the elbows. Elbow are flexed, and forearms are parallel to the ground. It is important that the shoulders be neutral. If you have a small frame or you are riding a bike that is too big, the controls may be slightly out of reach for you. This will cause you to lean forward or, worse, over-reach ...