Episode 92 | Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes in Coastal Mississippi

Episode 92 | Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes in Coastal Mississippi

This week on the podcast we are recapping our time in the quaint, eclectic and not-to-be missed Coastal Mississippi area. Plus, we have a new brainteaser, our fresh tank/black tank picks, and Abby has a gear review sure to make your feet happy and stylish.

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The Gulfport-Biloxi-Ocean Springs area, better known as Coastal Mississippi, is a destination filled with cultural offerings, great camping, plenty of hotel options, delicious food, and beaches, and on this episode, we are recapping our time in this unique southern place.

Coastal Mississippi Website: https://www.gulfcoast.org/

Check out Abby’s full review of the Margaritaville Resort Biloxi, including photos of where we stayed and what we did, over on OurWanderingFamily.com.

Jason’s Fresh Tank this week is Vanleigh and the Vanleigh Owner’s Rally currently going on in the Gulf State Park campground.

Jason’s Black Tank this week is flooding, specifically the massive flooding that has hit his hometown area – the Quad Cities on the Iowa/Illinois border.

Abby’s Fresh Tank this week is the Dynamo TCX all aircraft aluminum truck camper

Photo courtesty of Dynamo TCX

Abby’s Black Tank this week is mosquitos. She doesn’t like them, and she wishes they’d leave her alone.

Finally, Abby has a gear review that will make your feet look oh-so-good. Off The Beaten Track’s shoes for travelers have become her new favorite shoe. The three she discussed were the Unison sneakers, the High Tide flat sandals, and the Universe sneakers.


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  • John Jones#1

    May 8, 2019

    Your RV “Oops” story reminds me of another. A mechanic friend had a regular customer come in complaining of a clunking sound coming from the back of their car. The customer said it sounded like a bowling ball rolling around in their trunk. He checked the trunk and found… you guessed it… in its bag.

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