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... The house faces the gulf and is surrounded by oak trees. The interior is furnished with mostly original pieces belonging to Davis and his family. It includes the home, museum, the Library Pavilion as well as other outbuildings present at that time. All but the house were completely destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and rebuilt as reproductions. The house also suffered considerable damage but was able to be ...
While travelling to Biloxi, i decided i should write down the states I have been to in the US - since chances are I would start forgetting if i didnt note it down. So here goes :
5) New Mexico
... discover they were baby beers of 10 ounce each, every gas pump we pull up to is out of order so we have to pull around to another, the weather turning to arctic so we have to bag camping and stay extra nights in a hotel, our favorite place to get blackened gator tail is closed on the two days we're in town and the second place we choose is also closed for Presidents Day, tried to buy ...
... experiences over the years. I’m not saying solo is the only way to travel…I love traveling with my wife and also others with whom I’ve shared wonderful journeys over the years. I AM saying that those who reflexively say “Oh, I could never travel alone” and thus sacrifice some of those experiences need to open their minds to its benefits.
One of the recurring themes that I cited throughout multiple entries in this blog ...
... that tiny flyaway hairs are constantly slipping out from under the helmet and slapping you in the face. (When you’re going fast, they feel like sharp little knives.) I spent weeks trying to figure out how to keep flyaways from slipping out of my (very tight, elastic) ponytail holder, by experimenting with hair combs and barrettes of all shapes and sizes. Finally, I tried wearing a simple wide, stretchy headband underneath my helmet… and it worked! No more flyaways. ...