Travel Blogs from Gulfport, United States

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Tourists must be stupid stupid stupid..., What's Left of Gulfport, United States travel blog

Tourists must be stupid stupid stupid...

A travel blog entry by dearmasa

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... have to say that people are REALLY stupid down here... and I don't know if the areas west of Biloxi will ever fully recover. Gulfport is a tourist town much like Daytona, only smaller. It was all about the beaches. Well, it's Labor Day Weekend and the ...

Bad Daughter Stuck in What's Left of Gulfport, MS, What's Left of Gulfport, United States travel blog

Bad Daughter Stuck in What's Left of Gulfport, MS

A travel blog entry by dearmasa

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... the third world portion of the US... So as I am scouring the 4x4 discussion forums with google search strings like "85 FJ60 mechanic Gulfport," I find some guy who lists his location as "What's left of Gulfport, MS." Loved it! Then I found a guy whose ...

Finally leaving Gulfport (we hope and pray)..., What's Left of Gulfport, United States travel blog

Finally leaving Gulfport (we hope and pray)...

A travel blog entry by dearmasa

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... since Chris is shooting film, the dig pics are mostly being created when I say, "hey, can you shoot that cat for me?" Which, in Gulfport, is something I make sure I don't say within earshot of you-know-who. And, not all of them are shot by him, in fact, ...

I am Cat Woman!, Gulfport, United States travel blog

I am Cat Woman!

A travel blog entry by dearmasa

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... and getting his interview. While we were visiting, he wanted to show us this video online of the storm surge that came through Gulfport, which Chris had not seen yet. As the video was loading, I asked Jason about the kitties. He replied that they ...

Flying out of Gulfport/Biloxi...Katrina thoughts, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Flying out of Gulfport/Biloxi...Katrina thoughts

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

So, leaving the mill in New Augusta, I'm flying out of the Gulfport/Biloxi airport.  All through the drive south and once I'm at the mill, I can't help but notice how much this area is still devastated from Katrina.  It's no wonder that people ...

Preparing for Our Amazing Adventure, St. Petersburg, United States travel blog

Preparing for Our Amazing Adventure

A travel blog entry by teamaussie6950

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Hello Everyone! My name is Natalie and I am the official blogger for the Group Study Exchange (GSE) Team from sponsor Rotary District 6950 to the Host District 9780 in Victoria and South Australia. The other members of our team are ...

Gulfport, Mississippi Overnight Stop, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Gulfport, Mississippi Overnight Stop

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego

We stopped overnight at Gulfport, Mississippi - the destruction from the hurricanes and storm surge are still quite obvious everywhere. Will include some pictures and details at a later ...

Getting Ready, St. Petersburg, United States travel blog

Getting Ready

A travel blog entry by steve.stever

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Alex and I have been watching the US Women whip South Korea, while checking sleeping bags, internet searching the Killpecker (yes, that is the name) Sand Dunes, and mentally preparing sharing a small jeep for the two-three day drive to ...

Team Bios, St. Petersburg, United States travel blog

Team Bios

A travel blog entry by teamaussie6950

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Camille Hernandez Camille Hernandez was born in Woonsocket, Rhode Island in 1959. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Brown University in 1980 and awarded the Rotary Ambassador Graduate Scholarship in 1983 where she studied at the ...

Gulfport, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Gulfport

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy

A family trip to the beach when I was a kid. Packed into the back of a Toyota Station Wagon - back when Toyotas were considered "Sewing Machines with ...

Epilogue, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Epilogue

A travel blog entry by deacondavid

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    When I stop to think about the trip in terms of two areas, one being that the trip was originally marketed as a "pilgrimage," and another being Fr. Joe's question at the beginning of the trip, "What do you expect/want to get out of ...

Government workers don't work on Sunday, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Government workers don't work on Sunday

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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... board and did a little body surfing, I also walked around an old spanish built fort that was used by the confederate states during the civil war. It was really cool to see this old structure still mostly preserved. Civil war artifacts and battlefields is ...

Well, Bed for me and Casino For Randy, Gulf Port Mississippi, United States travel blog

Well, Bed for me and Casino For Randy

A travel blog entry by rbtweety

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We stopped by the flee market we liked when we started the trip and I picked up a few things I didn't want to take on the road with us. Randy finally got his World Globe. It is absolutely beautiful. Will have to find a pedestal to put it on to display it ...

Bama, Mizsipee, Luziann, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Bama, Mizsipee, Luziann

A travel blog entry by carolandgary

This was the day we traveled through three states. The southern tip of Alabama just a little snippet, followed by the long ribbon along the gulf of Mississippi.   The skies were grey and sober, an appropriate backdrop to the miles and miles and ...

Home Sweet Home(s), Gulfport, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home(s)

A travel blog entry by tarveras

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Each time I travel home to Mississippi, it feels as if I am noticing things for the first time all over again, and I appreciate these simple things a little more. Like how enjoyable it is to feel the breeze languidly caress the skin of my face, with a ...

BACK ON THE ROAD AGAIN, Gulfport, United States travel blog

BACK ON THE ROAD AGAIN

A travel blog entry by janiebob

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      Gotta get back on the road again.  January 30th, leaving Bradenton,FL. and driving to Gulfport, FL. which is in the St. Petersburg's area.  Going to visit Steve and Stacy, our daughter Donna's sister-in-law Stacy, ...

Eff Yew Sea Kay - Why Oh Yew - Bee Pee, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Eff Yew Sea Kay - Why Oh Yew - Bee Pee

A travel blog entry by k8isgr8

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We went down to the beach to see if we could find oil. Unfortunately, it was all we could see. The ocean was tepid, and despite being told by my mother not to, I couldn't help but touch the oil balls washing up with every wave. The oil particles in the ...

IPPISSISSIM - stuff you remember from being a kid, Gulfport, United States travel blog

IPPISSISSIM - stuff you remember from being a kid

A travel blog entry by lolly

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... I are so tanned in the photos. She sat on a red ant hill - ouch! 2009 update: my parents were back in the southern States for business and went to see our old house, which was completely flattened by huricaine Katrina.  All that was left, they said, ...

Tilbake ved Mexicogulfen - latskap i paradis!, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Tilbake ved Mexicogulfen - latskap i paradis!

A travel blog entry by usatur2013

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... på noen gang. Hotellet vårt er ikke majestetisk og stort, men det er et fint og koselig hotell som heter Courtyard by Marriott Gulfport Beachfront. Hotellet vårt er faktisk er ett av veldig få hus her i området som overlevde orkanen Katrina. Det er ...

It's Almost Been Six Years Since She Was Here, Gulfport, United States travel blog

It's Almost Been Six Years Since She Was Here

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... a children's playground and a campground. We take advantage of a nice spot next to the lake to enjoy our meal. As we approach Gulfport and Interstate 10 traffic gets very heavy. I hope its not that bad nearer to the water. Arriving in Gulfport we check ...

First night, Gulfport, United States travel blog

First night

A travel blog entry by movinalong

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... nice atmosphere........I had blackened redfish and everyone else had some kind of fresh fish entrée which was equally good.   Gulfport surprised me a bit. I knew that hurricane Katrina hit that area in 2005 but I expected to see a more robust ...

Shrimping Trip, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Shrimping Trip

A travel blog entry by llamast

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So proud of Bethany that she actually held a Gulf Coast shrimp ...

The Adventure Begins!!, Gulfport, United States travel blog

The Adventure Begins!!

A travel blog entry by pattikak

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It seems as though I have been planning this trip for months.....oh that's right, I have! Florida to Alaska and back to Florida with our friends/neighbors who are driving a their coach. It took us all day yesterday to pack and load the coach. And of ...

M.I.S.S.I.S.S.I.P.P.I, Gulfport, United States travel blog

M.I.S.S.I.S.S.I.P.P.I

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

... poverty as they can no longer afford to keep their homes as the insurance alone is costing tens of thousands a yr In Gulfport our couchsurfing adventures introduced us to a local couple who were incredibly lucky to have avoided the brunt of the storm ...

Made It!, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Made It!

A travel blog entry by llamast

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Finally made it to Biloxi/Gulfport. Raining but at least it's ...

Globetrotters serve up World Cuisine, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Globetrotters serve up World Cuisine

A travel blog entry by pawelek

We had the distinct opportunity to be interviewed by Tampa Bays 10's reporter David Leonard, who shot 3 hours of video, compressed into a 2 minute segment, showing how we have combined our globetrotting ways (64 countries) with our world fusion cooking ...

Jul 26, 2010, Gulfport, United States travel blog

Jul 26, 2010

A travel blog entry by suzrod

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1hr Til NOLA!!, Landon, United States travel blog

1hr Til NOLA!!

A travel blog entry by glcraleigh

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We'll be there soon! - Sara ...

Mississipi..., Gulfport, United States travel blog

Mississipi...

A travel blog entry by roadtrip2013

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... état de traversé...des bouts de route plus vieux mais ok....de beaux parcours le long du golfe du Mexique...Biloxi et Gulfport sont splendides : des plages désertes de sable ...la route ne peut être plus proche de l'eau..impressionnant encore une ...

"I'd like to see the world's largest ball of twine

A travel blog entry by k8tbrown

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40 miles out of the way, but I've now seen the worlds largest rocking chair. Anyone who's ever seen the movie 'Michael' will understand the attraction. .. And if you you don't understand, you should not roadtripp with ...

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