Hampton Inn Moss Point
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... hits of the 80's Radio" playlist ... Danger Zone, Rock You Like A Hurricane, Kim is driving as the sun sets as we pass the exit for Uriah and Atmore Alabama. next stop is Montgomery AL where we'll crash for the night before heading into the last leg of our trip back the ...
Defuniak Springs is close to Pensacola. I rode US 331 south to US 98 West through Miramar Beach, Destin and Fort Walton Beach to Pensacola. It was a beautiful cool morning but US 98 is not on the beach. I stopped in at Pensacola Harley Davidson for a coffee and phone call break around 10am. I connected with my wife, Anne then got some great directions to the water and Alabama. Heading south to ...
Staying at Martin Lake Resort which is a definite stretch! It is mobile home park not an rv park, with old fifth wheels and campers that people call home. There is a nice lake and a pool. We drove down along the gulf and stopped to take pictures of the carved trees damaged during Katrina. Absolutely beautiful! Had dinner at BBQ joint that had wonderful reviews but we didn't like it as much. However the owner was so friendly it made up for it. Leave tomorrow for ...
... Probably close to the 68 shrimp per pound. Cold water hampers shrimp growth. Plain and simple. The warmer the earlier. Shrimp migrate so shrimp can be caught 365 days of the year. Large shrimp boats go out into the deeper waters. 90% of the gulf shrimp export to China and Japan and guess what? We purchase the asian ****. Another tidbit of info that was extremely interesting. Barq's ...
... at the pump, combined with the Canadian Dollar exchanging virtually at par with the US Dollar at this time. However, I did observe one specific and interesting characteristic of the fuel-buying experience in Canada: Within every town or municipality through which I passed, the price between stations throughout that immediate area was either identical, or within a penny, per liter. There was never (and I do mean never) that 10-cent variation ...