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... vibe, the Hall was filled with soccer girls. Getting to know the girls and talking so much soccer was a pretty cool experience. Spending most of my time in Suzy and Julia's room (German and Swedish girls), we became very good friends already. Us freshmen were talking soccer tests for the next few days, wondering what was going to hit us, and how intense the seniors will be.
Going for a few early runs before everyone woke up definitely benefited me I ...
... 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 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
... with the kids and Steve's folks, we headed north to travel through Mississippi. Upon entering the state, we were greeted with a huge sign that said "Welcome to Mississippi. Welcome Center ahead. Security provided." Comforting! We stopped In the small town of Hattiesburg for breakfast and decided to try local. Our cafe, third generation owned and managed since 1925, had an outstanding breakfast of ham, eggs, ...
... not of the Transamerica Pyramid Tower that we see when we enter San Francisco.
We drove slowly today, mostly on secondary roads so that we could enjoy the Gulf Coast. The map does not correctly represent our route, because we did not head north from Mobile, but instead, stayed on the coast in Mississippi. We stopped for lunch at a Mississippi State Park which was near the coast and on a Bayou. After noticing ...