Holiday Inn Hattiesburg
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- Swimming pool
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... cleared my head and throat of being sick. I lost my voice today and was a little worried for testing but I knew I could do what was set, I accepted it wont be as great, but I still will be good. I haven't trained for nothing my whole life.
I had the BEST pre-season ever! I am so happy with week 1's testing results. After all testings I was one of the 5 girls who passed absolutely everything! & I won the Beep test!.
Everyday the team ...
... and La doesn't have alot of national parks either) - - I went to Cane River Creole Historical Park, which had me riding through some of the Bayou country. This is actually comprised of 2 old plantations - with slave quarters, etc - nice set up... a neat thing here is that is was an unmanned site - no rangers on duty.. I guess they come by in the morning to open & evening to close & probably just patrol around - - it was just me and a retired couple ...
... a lovely lunch by the beach, in a little independant called Camille's - recommended, if ever. The trafiic around the major beach towns slowed us down quite a bit and with the weather forecast we decided to definitely head north when we could, so we cracked onto Mobile, Alabama. We did this heading north out of Destin onto a new piece of highway passed an Airforce Base which meant we crossed over "Special Forces Road"(!) and blasted up to the I10 ...
... is twice as big as Candlestick Park, they have at least 30 "White House" replicas for each of the various fraternities on campus. Absolutely gorgeous. We are now in Montgomery, Alabama to spend the night and plan on visiting the Civil Rights Museum in the morning which is located in the motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A very interesting day, We are now off to Burmingham, Alabama for the ...
... knowledgeable and could talk off the script. Once the house tour was over you came out to an outside bar where you could get assorted Southern drinks including Mint Juleps. I bought a bottle of water.
Leaving the plantation the sky darkened, once I had gotten past New Orleans and heading North, the Sky's opened and rain poured down. Me of course had my jacket strapped to ...