Motel 6 Biloxi/Ocean Springs
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... cancelled the card since last night when we used
it?” and “ do we have enough cash to pay for this and the petrol
we need to buy in the next hour?” After half an hour of trying to
sort it, we paid cash. Then we rang Mastercard, went on hold, left a
message and as of 12 hours later I'm still waiting for that message
to be returned.
Meanwhile, Ben tried to get money out
of an ATM machine and it worked and ...
Please accept my apologies for the multiples entries of yesterday's blog. After composition, I attempted to "share" with my contacts but I kept getting a message: "Oops, something is wrong. Please try again later." It wasn't until later when Wendell opened his email that I discovered that the entry had been posted....several times. Hopefully, that will not happen again.
Day 4 of ...
Jet skis on the Gulf Coast in Biloxi. Amazing white sand beach and warm gulf water with a first time on jetskis for Kim and I. This vacation and road trip just continues to be so much fun. I couldn't have planned for the things we've done and had more fun. Pandora playing ...
... ride up Rt 19 and arrived with no problems. Beautiful S.P. At the convergence of the Dead And Ochlockonee Rivers. The only problem is that once a year ( for a couple of weeks) they have a major problem with horseflies. You can guess when we were there. June 2 Packed up and were ready to leave when we realized that the AC in the cab, the back up camera and the visors didn't t work. The visor on the drivers ...
... ve also spent a significant number of those years on projects whose management treated their deadlines (and by extension me and the other members of those project teams) with the same stress and urgency as an open-heart surgeon, when in fact the only goals those implementations had were to help companies count their money. True, careers and livelihoods may have been on the line, but not actual life or death. I married a woman who also made her living in ...