Comfort Inn & Suites Byram
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... a detour through little towns on US 80 and still arrived in good time and daylight, but tired out. Not as young as we used to be. I'll get Randy's face shot tomorrow for everyone to watch his hair grow.
Bedding down tonight so we can have a full day at the market tomorrow. Dogs are sleeping again, but doing well.
God Bless and see you all tomorrow!
Randy and Betty
... thought she was in then noticed his wedding ring. Must of thought this fellow with cigarettes and a brand new Chevy Impala had some money for her next hit. Sorry love - missed out here.
A nice cheap place to stay and was clean and another comfortable bed. Even the cheap accommodation has good beds and ...
We had an uneventful trip from Shreveport to Edwards, MS. It's between Vicksburg and Jackson. The skies were cloudy and the traffic was light.
The campground we stayed in overnight was interesting. It’s very rural – as in going to the end of a private country road and there you are. It had a lovely pond for fishing. The office was a small weathered wood structure with a camp store with a little bit of ...
... the Riverwalk, walking the trail and taking pictures. Never in my life have I seen so many ant hills! They were everywhere! There was an old wooden truss bridge that was pretty cool. I left after about an hour and went downtown. Downtown was a very well kept, quaint little town. I walked around for a bit while I waited for Mugshots to open at 11. Once it opened, I went in to stuff my face with a good ol' burger and fries. The place had a faint smell of dog which ...
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