Value Place Gulfport, Mississippi
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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 ...
... discovered in Biloxi. The Barq family still live in Biloxi, Mississippi. We went to the Sharkhead Souvenir store as well and purchased some fresh shrimp and oysters right from the dock for a mere $20 for 3 pounds. Supper for tonight. Gail and I worked on getting our travel pads up to date uploading and syncing pics taking advantage of the fast wifi. Happy hour time rollered around ...
... obviously the right kind of person to work in customer relations—and I am sure you can trust him implicitly not to give you food poisoning. I enjoyed the chat very much.
We are exhorted not to feed the birds, and if the rangers catch you, they will write you a very expensive ticket, but the scraps are all over the lunch deck and the birds know that food is here. The Laughing Gulls are also very aggressive: one ...
... safely home! 14. Eat healthful foods. Fast foods and a big road trip are a bad combination, but realizing that this is the real world, try these time-proven combinations: In the mornings stick to oatmeal, cereals or one egg with toast (no butter please!). Lunch should be skipped in favor of a light, healthful snack. Dinner should include a salad with a light pasta dish (quickly and readily available at the long distance riders all-time place to hate; Dennys and most Wendys). If all ...