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Memorial Day today and we heard there was a parade on downtown so off we went. We thought with the history attached to this town it would have been really good - wrong - there was one group of flag bearers, a group of kids from the local baseball team and a couple of Vietnam Vets on their bikes, the police and fire departments rounded the parade …
Woke up early so we could get out of the world's worst hotel as soon as possible! Eight hours in there was enough - we pulled out of there by 0730 - a very early start for us!
Drove for about an hour and stopped at a gas station for breakfast - the Shady Nook - rewind your life about forty years and you got it! The food was pretty good …
... and Chuck, who had ridden their bikes over to our motorhome to check it out. As we drove away, we wished for more time as they had invited us up to their 300 acre horse ranch near Columbus, Georgia. It was difficult for Sini to turn down a chance to ride. The trip west was fairly uneventful as we traveled on the main roads of Hwy 98 and Interstate 10. Sini had picked as our destination a campground located in the Davis Bayou area of the Gulf Islands National ...
... the bigger tent. It was freezing and wet so it would certainly not be fun.
We made it to Vicksburg by early afternoon but it was pouring with rain so it was rather difficult to do anything. We went for a drive around the area and ended up checking out the outlets (Don’t worry I didn’t buy anything) and grabbed something to eat at the Cracker barrel restaurant which of course serves ginormous meals.
The next morning we woke to ...
... Lots of items were found intact like tools, dishes, wine and liquor bottles, clothing and much more. Even got to walk around ship. Quite fascinating considering 100 years under water. Then dinner at local Cajun restaurant, T'beaux's Blues Le Roux, recommended by RV park manager. Met Perry, one of partners who's from west New Orleans. He stopped by our table to ask me if I liked Cayman Jack margarita which turned ...