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... coaches while going down the road, we just text back and forth. But it was a bit too much when Stan and Nick dressed almost identically this morning....brown T-shirts and khaki shorts.
Next stop Kilgore,Texas. Brenda's uncle lives there. Should only be about a 7 hour drive today. But it takes time when we fill up for fuel.....big gas tanks on these coaches.
... some kind of fresh fish entrée which was equally good.
Gulfport surprised me a bit. I knew that hurricane Katrina hit that area in 2005 but I expected to see a more robust rebuild than was there. There was the evidence of buildings that I'm sure once stood tall and strong before Katrina but now only a footprint remained of foundations and all that ...
... stuff". We officially left home at 7:15 this morning. Our plan/goal is to get out of the state of Florida. We don't have any plans other than that. No reservations to camp anywhere tonight, or any other night for that matter. We're "winging it". I'll post pictures as we go. Love, P ...
... the fort. Even so, Katrina filled it all up with 30’ of water, and the whole thing had to be re-restored in 2010.
The ferry from Gulfport runs twice a day each way, so, having finished the fort about 45 minutes after we arrived,and having a couple of hours before the return ferry at 5, we went down to the beach area and sat in the picnic enclosure and enjoyed the beach life for a couple of hours. Tim went ...
... through his own, and that they have resonated with so many other folks, only validates that I’m not alone on this.
Another recurring theme and observation I made during my journey and in multiple blog entries, related to my overall commentary regarding our lack of “American exceptionalism”, is our nationwide tolerance for disgusting restroom facilities, and (among men, anyway…I haven’t frequented all that many ...
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