Heritage Inn Picayune
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... hot for staying
at too many freedom camping spots without air conditioning so we went
to Magic River Resort near Guildport Mississippi. $18 a night with
Passport America, a pool (which half the family is using while I type
this), small playground which Kaitlin enjoyed for a few minutes and a
very quiet stop with only 15 RV spaces. Tomorrow we head to Louisiana
and maybe a stop in New Orleans if we can Google how that will work
with an RV.
... Vernon is an ‘official guide’ for foreigners so we had the benefit of his extensive knowledge and were also able to view the rocket test stands from the vantage point of the old Information Centre tower. Lindell cooked up some great southern fare, some we’d not tasted before – delicious.
The last couple of evenings were cool enough to spend sitting in the garden around the fire pit chatting and watching the antics of the birds in the yard/garden.
Today we had our missionary send off at Hosanna Lutheran Church. Next Saturday, August 1st, Rob and Heidi Rhea and Greg Sawa will embark on another mission trip to Malawi, Africa. Jan Sawa, the founder of the mission arrived there last week. Rob will return home on August 18th, but the rest of the team (3 of us) will return on September 1st. We bought a ...
... and many people. While in the French Quarter we walked to the St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the U.S. The two lighthouses we saw were the Port Pontchartrain Lighthouse, built in 1855, and the New Canal Lighthouse, originally built in 1890, but rebuilt in 2011 after being destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
... the location continues to be a valuable site for trade due to its strategic position along the Mississippi River. A dominant feature throughout the neighborhood is the stunning architecture. Balconies are adorned with intricate ironwork and courtyards are filled with lush greenery and fountains. These features showcase the French Quarter's European roots. The majority of the architectural design is the handiwork of the Spanish who ruled and rebuilt the ...