Legacy Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... worked to pay for the
petrol so we're thinking it was a Walmart error not a card error.
Still, it added half an hour to our trip. Plus we overshot our
destination as we got engrossed in a conversation with Josh about
immigration and Muslims and missed our turn off so add another 15
minutes there too. All in all, a driving and messy day! But the RV
Park is nice, the people are super friendly and helpful, the WIFI is
good, the showers are clean ...
... 10) and we're off to Gulfport, MS. More rain! And some of it was what we in Texas refer to as a "frog strangler". A lot of the time it was raining so hard you had trouble seeing the tail lights of the vehicle in front of you. Surprisingly, Wendell drove very well and didn’t scare me more than a half dozen times. No yelling today.
I know most of you will agree that I am ...
... over the next few days would be influenced by this devastating event.
We had been invited to stay with Vernon and Lindell, fellow canard builders. Vernon and aviator Martin were awaiting our arrival; we followed them along the airpark taxiway to a hangar Vernon’s friend Marty had kindly arranged we could share. All good plans etc…. we found the side door locked! The EZ was tied down outside for the time being and we all set off to a local restaurant for ...
... is below freezing! What happened to my dream & boasting we were going to miss winter! It's colder down here than Vancouver!! Now be nice - I can hear you laughing!!
Passing through Mobile, Alabama we see the huge ship building sheds of Austral a Australian company that specialises in the design and construction of aluminium vessels. Its ...
... t wear a helmet, but even a full-face helmet that seals your ears well won't attenuate these noise sources sufficiently on an extended ride, so you should wear earplugs as well. If nothing else, you'll appreciate them when you try to go to sleep at night and the roaring in your ears isn't as loud. A windshield can also reduce wind noise. Clear: Vision clarity can be an issue on extended rides too. About 15 years ago we did a comparison test where one bike had significant distortion ...