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... is 80cents a bottle (1Ltr)! The store has EveryThing!! (except a great variety of Gluten Free foods).
After racing around, jumping on trollies, looking at pillow towers thinking we could totally conquer that, we finally filled our trolleys and came to check out... Where the man in front of us was buying a Gun... casual first experience of Walmart!.
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The international players started flowing into the dorms. Such ...
... 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 ...
... and then picked up smaller roads towards Hattiesburg and Vicksburg.
Going over a magnificent bridge over Mobile Bay you swing into Alabama and one of your first sites is the USS Alabama moored up with it's guns pointing at Florida! Stopped for photo op and then heading on got a little lost exiting Mobile but eventually found the right road - north! It all got a little back road America here, passing dilapted houses, little mom and pop ...
... and coffee for $9.25...for the two of us! The two dollar tip Steve left almost got him a kiss from the 309 lb waitress with beard. Lots of local color with the patrons, most of whom we're ordering 2 cheeseburgers for breakfast. Traveling thru Tuscaloosa for a coffee, we passed the University of Mississippi which has got to be one of the most Magnificat campuses I have ever seen! Besides the football ...
... 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 ...