Inn on the Hill
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... myself with my own ability, its surprising how much you are capable of when you actually push yourself to the limit.
During pre-season coach also gave us a day off! which is rare and awesome! We all went canoeing/ rafting in the Okatoma team bonding! Kayla and I made it through the whole course without tipping, and I accidentally tipped my friends boat over trying to rescue them.
Aside from the awesome training's and hanging out ...
Yep - it's hard to believe this is the last night on the road and the trip is nearly over - - tomorrow I'll be back home! There hasn't been any more grand and unusual scenery to talk about in a while now, but at least I am back on the right side of the Mississippi today.
Spent yesterday really focusing on rally bonii to bring my score up and only made it to 1 national park. For the rally, yesterday I made 14 stops and bagged 32 points and today made 6 more ...
... and a theme for coming days, lots of white wooden baptist churches.
Because of Spring Breakers traffic and Mobile we were later than we intended so decided to stay in Hattiesburg and head to Vicksburg first thing. Mmmm Hattiesburg, looked small on map, wrong, like all in America it was BIG - spreadout - no town centre - ... Ended up in a Quality Inn, eating in a Farmers Market (not what we expected) and having an early night! Hahahaha
Hi All, While I hadn't planned on writing a blog for this road trip,Linda inspired me to write about this part of the country that Steve and I, nor many others, have visited. Our plan is once leaving our wonderful son, and family, we will visit the Smokey Mountains, Nashville, Memphis, Branson, MI and then Little Rock, Arkansas before dropping off the car in Dallas and flying home. So after a great 5 days ...
... Biloxi has changed and now looks like Atlantic City or South Lake Tahoe with all the casinos on the beaches, we avoided the larger city of Gulfport and headed north. We had planned to go to the Gulf Islands National Seashore, but the entrance station had a locked gate and a closed sign. We were a day too late because the government shutdown had taken effect that day. It was time to try to escape the heat, humidity, and ...