Days Inn - Picayune
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1st trip Father's Day to pick up car our Hot Mama! Thanks Dad for the purchase!
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... and we'll all need an
early night after our midnight stop last night.
September 25th – day 144
Heading away from Florida today after
almost 3 weeks there was the end to a wonderful trip East and South.
Now the West part of our trip took us through Alabama to Mississippi.
While in Alablama we had some ribs from the Brick Pit. I was looking
for somewhere online that did good ribs in Mobile AL ...
... the route back to Diamondhead took us over the Tchoutacabouffa River.
Another day we were treated to a flight in Vernon and Lindell’s Defiant along the coast over the Barrier Islands to Jack Edwards Airport, Gulf Shores, Alabama to sample the delights of Jimmy Buffett’s sister Lucy’s eating establishment located at the side of the Intracoastal Waterway (no advertising on this site!!). No wonder we are in need of those bike rides each morning! On returning ...
... handing out items, but giving them a hand up to enable them to help themselves and support their families. We are so excited and blessed to have the opportunity to be able to do this and show the people of Malawi God's love!
Sunday morning, Jan woke Heidi up at 3:30 a.m. with a text about the hot weather and dusty conditions. Temperatures ...
... now on massive stilts. Can I say it's hot here without making anyone up north mad? It is HOT! Sorry! Spent the day yesterday in New Orleans being tourists -- saw two lighthouses on the south side of Lake Pontchartrain and walked through some of the historic areas in downtown New Orleans. As a true tourist, we even had chicory coffee and beignets. The French Quarter is very ...
... add to the sense of mystery and “other worldliness” of the place.
But how can you bury more than one family member in each vault? How can a tomb hold all of those coffins? According to a local ordinance, as long as the previously deceased family member has been dead for at least two years, the remains of that person can be moved to a specially made burial bag and placed at the side or back of the vault. The coffin is then destroyed, and ...