Motel 6 Biloxi
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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.
... Myself, I did a quick turn through the place, took a few photos and headed to the gift shop to visit with the owner’s daughter.
Day 5 of 49 (Sep 11). I would be remiss not to mention the date. I think most of us have it engraved in our minds and on our hearts. Several years ago, I had the opportunity to visit the 9-11 Memorial and if that doesn't put an image ...
... 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!
... kind of sad that we could have continued but at the same time I was absolutely freezing and not sure I would have handled it any way...at least not without another wet suit on top of the one I was wearing.
Then back to the hotel for breakfast, a warm shower and then hit the road. We debated making another stop in Florida or Alabama for the night but decided to make the longer drive to Biloxi. We made a stop in Chipley, FL for ...
... wrong with that either...hopefully we're all helping to produce or sell goods or services that help enrich others' lives, while getting paid (either by the hour, or via salary with benefits) to take care of ourselves and our families), it’s only somewhat different. In the end, we should WORK TO LIVE, we shouldn’t LIVE TO WORK. No one ever lay on their death bed and reflected, “I wish I had worked more.” No one’s life ever ...