Hampton Inn Starkville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the boonies on a very dark night, we easily found The Friendship House on Coontail Road. And the food was delicious. With our bellies full, our sense of adventure satisfied, we returned to the Calliope and settled in for the night.
Today it is still windy and raining so we are waiting out the weather. Fortunately, it is warm if wet and it feels mighty fine not to have to wear long underwear, heavy coats and socks for a change. So far, no more ...
... allowed us to photograph his beautiful red truck. We reached starkville at 10:00 pm and visited with Maria and Ismael, friends from Spain. Maria is going through a veterinary neurology residency at Mississippi State. She had made arrangements for us to spend the night at a local equestrian subdivision. Quince had a huge round pen with lots of grass and we slept in the horse trailer. Looking forward to having breakfast with Maria and Ismael in the am. Plan to head to Arkansas ...
... The ice chest can go back to it's original duty now. They did have a little bit of overheating in the locks, but they are old pros at this now. They have decided that they can finish the trip without having to find a marina with a lift to change ...
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!
... had been delayed at the lock we would have not been able to make it to our next marina at Columbus Ms. I took some video showing what we saw on the chart for the Bashi creek anchorage and what we actually saw when we passed it.
Along the way we passed some interesting "yard art" on shore: A phone booth and a really nice totem pole and the man we met back at Midway who is cruising down the Tenn-Tom in ...