Econo Lodge Keesler AFB
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Week 15 BLOG
Monday August 11, 2014
This morning was spent relaxing at the camper. After lunch we headed into Biloxi and continued west on Highway 90 to "Beauvoir" The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library. This was an unexpected find, as we were just sightseeing along the gulf coast. This is ...
... I-10 where we turned east to “Biloxi”, and a campground a few miles outside of the city, “Martin Lake Resort”. After setting up camp and cleaning up we headed into Biloxi and the “Boomtown Casino” for a little time at the slot machines; we also had a delicious combination
dinner here of ribeye steak and snow crab legs. Leaving the Boomtown Casino we visited the Golden Nugget, both casinos were the winners tonight.
... and cheese, and corn on the cob. I had the Pull Pork sandwich with cole slaw topping with the famous beans and corn on the cob. The plates were huge and I could barely take a bite. Evan quickly down his but I saved the other half of my sandwich for lunch the next day. Miles travelled: 49 Hours on the road: 45 minutes Total miles: 385 Total hours: ...
... thing on the agenda was a mechanic to take care of our problems. We called one and he said he would be there the next day at 1:00. At 5:30 he called to sayhe would be there the next morning. He arrived as promised and replaced a faulty relay . We spent the day exploring Destin and Fort Walton Beach area then found Eglin AFB museum of armaments. They had many old planes one of which was the plane John flew ...
... I did: Planning and setting aside time and dollars to make it happen between jobs and while still young enough to accomplish it. It became clear to me at an early point along the way that very few Americans ever have either the chance or the moxie to do something like this at this point in their lives; my sabbatical and trip were a source of fascination to pretty much everyone I encountered when I told them about it.
I heard many people both in ...