Days Inn & Suites Starkville
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... the winding, stumpy channel.Our GPS was going crazy due to false readings generated by the water vegetation. At one point, we hit bottom due to the shallow water this time of the year. You can bet Capt. Bart had white knuckles and a few choice words to say, especially when we churned up mud at the harbor. Shallow water and treacherous entrance aside, it turned out to be a cute marina, which is a good thing since we will be here until tomorrow. We can ...
... them a bit. I see jackets in some of the pics so it might be on the cool side. You can tell that the water is cleaner and calmer here....hope that trend continues. The winds have not been in their favor so all of today was motoring.
The Eagle has landed for real! The guys have spotted three Bald Eagles now on their journey. These videos were taken somewhere along the Tombigbee River near Columbus, MS. Too cool!
... he has been camping on the river for 8 days and was going to go into town to a motel for the night. We were going to use the marina courtesy car to restock groceries and volunteered to drop him off. We had some steak left over and had him on board for a treat. He is a river guide on the Colorado river and kayaks other rivers on his time off. And we thought we were adventurous.
While we were eating 2 ...
... if it is in a small town, under 3000 pop., or if it is the only lodging available in town. Today we made that call at 8:30 am with no answer and left a message. At 9 am we received a call from the owner of that B&B who said they were no longer in business and referred us to a B&B in Eutaw (that would be pronounced Utah!) just fifty miles from Columbus. We checked our maps and discovered that Eutaw is ...
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