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Today we stopped in Mississippi at the Stennis Space Center. This is a NASA test center where engines are test fired.
We saw where the Saturn 5 rockets, Shuttle and now the SLS engines are tested.
The Linear Aerospike Engine for the cancelled X-33 was also fired here.
It was worth the stop since it was on our way and a convenient stop. Doesn't really compare to Kennedy Space Center but it was interesting none the less.
Staying at Martin Lake Resort which is a definite stretch! It is mobile home park not an rv park, with old fifth wheels and campers that people call home. There is a nice lake and a pool. We drove down along the gulf and stopped to take pictures of the carved trees damaged during Katrina. Absolutely beautiful! Had dinner at BBQ joint that had wonderful reviews but we didn't like it as much. However the owner was so friendly it made up for it. Leave tomorrow for ...
We decided to stay an extra day in Biloxi, Mississippi. We went on a 70 minute shrimp boat tour in a 12 foot deep channel. We discovered a lot of stuff we did not know about shrimp. There is no magic calendar for "shrimp" season for the gulf of Mexico. It is pretty much traditionally in May or June depending on the weather. We went in the 12 foot deep channel and they were able to catch alot ...
... more than $1000 a month, and he described what you can get for $700 a month in Gulfport--a veritable palace at that price. He also told me about flying more than 400,000 miles around the US for his Opera gigs, and about some of the complexities of trying to pay taxes in two countries on money earned in two countries. He also told me that it costs about $30,000 to become a citizen, and he said, twice, that it is totally worth it! ...
... leave. Buying toothpaste at 7-11 is no big deal, but having to shop around for a sweater or swimsuit or specialty medicines that you left at home can eat up valuable riding or rest time. 9. Learn how to avoid boredom. Long rides usually mean riding across areas you might not consider prime riding spots. To some riders U.S. 50 across Nevada is a beautiful ride. To a canyon carver it can be a long, hot boring, dull highway to hell. For times like this, carrying a tape player with ...