Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi
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... sauce with a slight kick of heat. Shirley had their sweet potato casserole that was very good. I had their potato salad and slaw. The potato salad was different in that they put sour cream in it and the potatoes were sliced. Good food! We had a light rain most of the night that carried on into the morning and temps in the upper 30's with a breeze that make it feel a lot colder so we are hunkered down in the coach getting caught up on the blog and other ...
We waited out the rain before heading east from our campground. Jim was getting tired of driving and grumpy! I tried to feed him well and make sure we stopped at a campground with cable TV so he could veg out and rest up for the next leg of the ...
... to look into some Android travel apps as well and found one called Field Trip. Sounds interesting as it is suppose to alert you with a notification when it detects that you're near a point of interest. You can select different categories so as to narrow down those alerts. So I will give it a whirl and see how it works.
... I like to sometimes rest, for a just about 30 secs or so, my boots on the engine guards that I mounted on my R80 airhead. No such luck with Maria, my 2004 R1150RT due to her fairing. Yes, they do make pegs that one secures to the valve covers but its not in my future. Sometimes, if the road is really empty and straight, try standing up on the pegs, while securely holding onto the handlebar! Don't go blaming me if you crash for doing something this risky without at least ...
... species of fish. One of these species (I can't remember its name) fed by opening its mouth as it swam around to strain small freshwater plankton out of the water for its meal, much like baleen whales. We also saw several raptors which had wing injuries that kept them from flying. There were two owls, a hawk, and a bald eagle named Murdock. Neither Ed nor I had ever seen a bald eagle before, and even in captivity and injured, he was an amazing sight. That was the ...