Value Place Gulfport, Mississippi
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... br> this place was voted in the top ten BBQ rib places on the Travel
Network. So we made a stop mid day and shared 2 servings between the
5 of us. I'm glad we didn't get 5 as they were huge servings. And
delicious, high recommend. Plus there were photos of actors who had
eaten there including Nicholas Cage so we ate where the famous people
The stop for tonight was a toss up
between a Walmart and an RV park. It's still ...
... had found and asked if he thought he would like to visit the place. Well, his eyes lit up like a kid on Christmas morning. Since we’re only here for one night, after checking in, we headed over to the Busted Wrench Garage for a tour. One gentleman owns ALL of the cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles and bicycles in the place, and there’s hardly room to walk between them, but ...
... of Katrina+10 – photos and commentary of the devastation caused by the hurricane were a sobering reminder of the force of nature. In Ocean Springs we enjoyed a visit to the Walter Anderson Museum of Art; a fascinating insight into his life and paintings portrayed by a short film. All the exhibits are originals including his ‘Little Room’, his refuge in the family house which had been kept locked and his family discovered only after his death. Déjà vu kicked in as ...
... the fort. Even so, Katrina filled it all up with 30’ of water, and the whole thing had to be re-restored in 2010.
The ferry from Gulfport runs twice a day each way, so, having finished the fort about 45 minutes after we arrived,and having a couple of hours before the return ferry at 5, we went down to the beach area and sat in the picnic enclosure and enjoyed the beach life for a couple of hours. Tim went ...
... level out to about 65% of their peak capacity. 2. Forget about high speeds. Forget what you've been told; high speeds and long-distance riding have little in common. A steady rider can book more miles, enjoy more mountain vistas and ride more twisty miles than a canyon carver bent on making the best times across a mountain pass. Besides the obvious effects on fuel mileage, which means more time wasted looking for gas, and the fatigue caused by fighting the effects of pushing a ...