Days Inn - Picayune
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... lived with her second husband, Phillip Morris, in the early 1800's. It was on Berry Creek and the Bogue Chitto River, right on the Choctaw Trail. There is a rafting/tubing company there now, but it was closed for the season, so we didn't go in to take pictures. We will rely on Google Earth for that!
Jemima's place was not far from Covington and Madisonville, so we drove down to Madisonville for lunch at the Crabby Shack. ...
First day on the road, 555.6 miles. I'm so tired I won't be blogging much tonight. I have to get a good seven to eight hours of sleep, napping behind the wheel has never worked out for me. Maddie did great, however she prefers the windows up and the AC on. I'm a ...
... beautiful blue, it was a perfect temperature and the sand was white and soft. We sat for a couple of hours enjoying the beautiful view, listening to the waves and watching the various birds near the waters' edge. George had a good time marking the movement of the tide and picking up "beach treasures". It was so relaxing. This was definitely a “perfect moment”. ...
Just the other day Bernice said she'd like it a little warmer. We got down here
in Southern Miss. and have had low 80s and sun for 4 days.
We had a good meal at one of DDD featured restaurants. "Louie and the red-
headed lady" in Mandeville, LA. Bernice had the oyster platted and I had
eggplant and crabcake, yum
Yesterday we enjoyed a ...
Well took an Amtrak from new Orleans... Slept. Alone. In the station. WOW. It was indoors and only about four of us all together in there, me a cleaning man and two security. Lucky a female employee was on duty outside. It was really freakin epic. Suuch a story to tell while swamping a "how the fuxk story's" or a "wow the **** ...