La Quinta Inn Moss Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... hits of the 80's Radio" playlist ... Danger Zone, Rock You Like A Hurricane, Kim is driving as the sun sets as we pass the exit for Uriah and Atmore Alabama. next stop is Montgomery AL where we'll crash for the night before heading into the last leg of our trip back the ...
... was time to stop for lunch in Gulf Shores Ala. Great pictures, shrimp salad and an ice cold beer. I only had 80 miles or so to Bayou La Batre, Ala. With the sun shining, I headed north to 98 west again to then Scenic 98.
All of a sudden a wind blast hit from the north. It was so strong I pulled off at a Shell Station.. Limbs from trees were down and towns people from around the area ...
Staying at Martin Lake Resort which is a definite stretch! It is mobile home park not an rv park, with old fifth wheels and campers that people call home. There is a nice lake and a pool. We drove down along the gulf and stopped to take pictures of the carved trees damaged during Katrina. Absolutely beautiful! Had dinner at BBQ joint that had wonderful reviews but we didn't like it as much. However the owner was so friendly it made up for it. Leave tomorrow for ...
... and we all played a friendly game of bean bag toss over a nice little gathering place at our Cajun RV park. We even attracted a small audience as we sounded like we were having a good time. Gal and I prepared a WICKED seafood supper boiling our freshly caught shrimp. Gail, Clarence and Jim enjoyed freshly caught oysters with lemon and hot sauce and caesar salad, coleslaw, and cajun seafood ...
... a truck, you become a liability. Instead of paying attention to the road, a trucker will start worrying about the people on their tailgate. From a bikers standpoint, it is not uncommon for a truck tire to explode. Iron Butt veteran and professional truck driver Mary Sue Johnson warns, "A blowout can blast off the truck's heavy mudflap with the force of a bowling ball going 60 m.p.h." Suzy goes on to warn that should the truck run over tailpipe or muffler in the road, you probably ...