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Travel Blogs from Waveland
As a family tradition we always stop at the Mississippi Welcome Center for a break.
Jesse and Penelope got to check out the grass area and picnic tables.
Gabriel got to learn how to hookup the RV to the sewer system and clean out the poop.
Zahra and Gabriel tried to convince us to let them drive the RV. NOT!! Get in the Back!
We drove 10 hours yesterday from Florida through Alabama to Gulfport, Mississippi. I thought the drive was easy and fast, but I wasn't doing the driving. There wasn't much to see for the @550 miles we travelled.
Once we did arrive in Gulfport, Mississippi we realized that Hurricane Katrina hit this area hard 10 years ago. For as far as you could look, we saw ...
... is thriving and the rebuilding is
beautiful, both at the State Park but also the coastal communities. Still though, there are many reminders of the
storm’s destruction and lots of stories from the locals of their trials and
We’ve enjoyed our
visit and now it’s on to New Orleans.
At 10:30am they were east of the Bay St. Louis bridge. They've decided to keep on motoring instead of trying to sail. As I understand it, to sail into the wind would require a lot of tacking back and forth to make forward progress, so they'll motor along for now.
I asked if they were eating well and Joe said they have ...
... to complete the restoration. The campsites are very nice, although a bit close together. Unusual for a state park, the have sewage hook-ups. All of this, plus outstanding scenery, for only $24 a night.
Lynnie and I walked through the park, admiring the new bath/shower buildings and the very expanse of it. Unfortunately, there are no trails now. The only one that existed went away with Katrina. It has been “cleared” ...