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We left the hotel around 11:30 am. Already high 80's. Gonna be a warm day for riding. Set our sights on a travel bug hotel about 1/2 a mile from us so set out to find it. It was located at an Campers World. It was THE best kept travel bug hotel we'd ever seen. We took 4 travel bugs with us to move onto other locations. We were so impressed that we …
... on horse or foot.....how easy it was for outlaws to hide.
Because it was getting dark and there were no lights along the parkway, we ducked off at mile 203, drove through Starkville and headed to Rte 45 which would take us into Tupelo. A gift certificate was burning a hole in my wallet, so we used it at Outback for dinner. Not very original, but it was tasty. Our night's stay was at a Hampton Inn.
... also made friends with the boater who so politely helped us to not be stupid. (I am sure we would have eventually come to the same decision but only after a few more hours of hanging about with the engines running and reading and rereading the charts.) We will both get up at the crack of dawn tomorrow with a smile on our faces and follow our new friends, who clearly have more experience with navigating the area than we do.
... it can get knocked about. So, when a barge is in site or when you hear over VHS 16 that a barge is coming your way, it it the recreational boater's obligation to hail the barge and find out what the barge Captain wants you to do. Usually it is as simple as telling you on which side to pass (if you can understand their accent). But if the barge is in trouble or needing more space, you might have to lay low for a while. We were lucky that we only encountered two barges. But, you ...
- Not raining this morning but apparently it is too wet from last night to send up the balloons. I talk to some of my Eastern counterparts from Calleen Petroleum (remember I am the western rep), nice fellows and they invite us for food and drinks later but we are heading to the Natchez Trace scenic drive today!
- The Natchez Trace is a 440 Mile long parkway that runs from Natchez Mississippi to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Tupelo
No microwave, but typical Courtyard. I showed the girl at the checkin counter my chicken
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