Sun Suites Hattiesburg
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... on down the Natchez Trace trail. This trail was first used by the Native Americans, then the settlers and fur traders. It was instrumental during the Civil War for moving supplies from the Mississippi to Nashville. It felt like we were driving through and beautiful, green park. It is now a National Park.
We arrived at Hattiesburg and set up in the Paul B. Johnson State Park. It is on small ...
... on the highest point of the roof above the coaches box. I really didn't want to train 6 hours a day with the girls and then never be rewarded with getting to play. It seemed really pointless. I had the biggest decision to make, and my coach wasn't making it easy for me, I found out he was talking to the cross country coach, who made an offer of two thousand dollars for me to stay, i just had to run events for him around the states. (Yes, I look back at it ...
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As of now, you can find me in about 17th spot from about 150 riders (only about 125 seem to be really trying though). When I arrive at a location, I have to take a cell-phone picture which is to include the bonus itself, the bike (or some descernable portion of it, to show you rode ...
... done that, and upon seeing that the next few days were going to bring coastal storms, let's head north and go visit Vicksburg, site of the second most important US Civil War battle.
The Coastal Highway out of Apalachicola remained lovely, quiet, picturesque and a pleasure in the Florida sunshine. However as we approached Pensacola, Spring Breakers traffic started appearing, getting the roads a lot busier. Though we did pull over in Destin ...
... 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, ...