Sun Suites Gulfport Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... worked to pay for the
petrol so we're thinking it was a Walmart error not a card error.
Still, it added half an hour to our trip. Plus we overshot our
destination as we got engrossed in a conversation with Josh about
immigration and Muslims and missed our turn off so add another 15
minutes there too. All in all, a driving and messy day! But the RV
Park is nice, the people are super friendly and helpful, the WIFI is
good, the showers are clean ...
... 10) and we're off to Gulfport, MS. More rain! And some of it was what we in Texas refer to as a "frog strangler". A lot of the time it was raining so hard you had trouble seeing the tail lights of the vehicle in front of you. Surprisingly, Wendell drove very well and didn’t scare me more than a half dozen times. No yelling today.
I know most of you will agree that I am ...
... we were joined by Lindell. By the time we had finished the delicious fare, Marty had opened up the hangar and the boys were able to relocate the EZ out of the sun.
Vernon and Lindell had lined up a full few days! Each started with a 7 mile bicycle ride around the neighbourhood before breakfast and before the heat and humidity of the day had a chance to take hold. We didn’t disgrace ourselves too much and managed to keep up with the blistering pace set by Lindell!
... used only once, in a brief battle with the aforementioned Union ship, the Massachusetts. The ship eventually retreated, and the Confederates called it a victory, but they abandoned the fort soon after. The fortifications and emplacements were eventually finished, but the full complement of guns was never installed, and in about 1905, the guns that were there were sold for scrap. The guy who bought them apparently lost interest ...
... is 300 miles in a day, don't plan a trip with a string of endless five- hundred mile days. Iron Butt Association surveys also warn of an important trend in long distance trip planning (see Chart A). Discounting weather or other problems; after an initial mileage peak on days one and two, daily average mileage will steadily drop during trip days three to seven. On day seven of a trip, the typical long distance rider will comfortably ride about 65% of the average daily mileage that ...