J.N. Stone House Musicale B&B
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Beau. Her photographs of ranching life belie, however, how much her world has changed in the past decade. In her former life, Jean was a casting director living in New York City, who had a passion for westward excursions to photograph the eccentric characters of the American West. Now she’s living the life of the subjects she once documented. “I never really had a plan to ranch — it just kind of happened by chance ...
Day 38 Got on a bus , stopped at a Walmart, stopped at Jackson for lunch and then onto Natchez. Natchez is a town on the Mississippi, formally great, wasn't destroyed during the Civil War, so magnificent old homes remain, but the town is in decline. Pre-diner we went to ...
... 8217;ll tour inside some of them later in the week.
The Visitor’s Reception Center (that’s a new title for us) had a very good movie about the history of Natchez beginning with the Natchez Indians. Where the Spanish began exploring up the river, the Indians gradually moved away. Natchez became a trading and commercial center over the next century. Cotton made the plantation ...
... gopher, a babes all statistician, a yoga instructor, etc. mostly from east coast but another man from Portland and one from LA. Day6 March 30 Today we were shuttled up the Natchez Trace to get out of the traffic and started riding at Rocky Sorings. Beautiful ride without much traffic along a scenic byway. After 20 miles we turned off the Trace and went to the town of Gibson Point where we had a nice buffet lunch of salads and sandwiches in yet another old house ...
... in December 1852. A wonderful find!
We drove into Natchez and checked into our next bed and breakfast- Linden Plantation, near Melrose. Then we went out for dinner and a walk on the bluffs of Natchez to enjoy the sunset. There we found a plaque with a quote from Will Feltus- the brother of our b and b owner's husband (see picture!) Natchez is indeed a magical place- one that carries you back in time to another era.