Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Starkville
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... and I decided to take the marina courtesy car into town for some local cuisine. We were in Mississippi and by golly, we were craving catfish. The marina owners kindly directed us to a local eatery that specialized in this southern delicacy, even drawing a map for us on a paper bag. Because we were feeling adventurous we decided to follow their directions and leave our phones behind. Lucky us, the directions were excellent and although we had to travel a ...
We finally left at 1:30 pm today. - five hours behind schedule -- so much packing! Marcia and Francisco both helped us pack and get ready. We had to give Quince a bath and pack clothes and food and supplies for six weeks of travel! And of course, take time for Travis to ride Drifter and take a tour on the Kubota. We went through SC, GA, AL and settled in Starkville, Mississippi. On the way, we stopped at two Flying J truck stops. TJ was able to meet some really nice truck drivers - one ...
... The ice chest can go back to it's original duty now. They did have a little bit of overheating in the locks, but they are old pros at this now. They have decided that they can finish the trip without having to find a marina with a lift to change ...
The Eagle has landed for real! The guys have spotted three Bald Eagles now on their journey. These videos were taken somewhere along the Tombigbee River near Columbus, MS. Too cool!
We left Aberdeen marina at 9:30 on a clear morning and dodged a lot of floating hyacinths in the water. From here on we encountered large drifting rafts of this water plant hoping not to suck any into our engine cooling system. In the video the guidebook describes the dredged channel as "serpentine". Looks like they dredged right through the dead trees to make the channel. White poles topped with either red or ...