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Travel Blogs from Port Gibson
... expanse of water.
Anyway, Vicksburg is a truly interesting town with some quaint and beautiful old buildings. One that we took the time to stop at today was The Old Courthouse which, built in 1858, stands today as Vicksburg’s most historic structure and has hosted such guests and speakers as Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Booker T. Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, and William McKinley.
We didn't have too much time on our ...
... and lobster. Sini had the jambalaya. A couple sitting next to us at the bar were also enjoying dinner and drinks. After a little small talk, we found out we had a lot in common as they were retired and enjoying their new life of freedom. Next thing you know, Sini and Carol are talking horses and Chuck and I are talking Harleys. There was a good band playing at our second bar and we ended up dancing the night away.
January 25, Panama City Beach
... or do laundry
which is still out drying in the sun. Ale is cooking tonight with Seb
as his sous chef. We are planning a meal of instant mashed potatoes
and cream of mushroom soup with baked beans. Ale and Seb are writing
post cards to send back to the School and Hans is overseeing them
Oh, dinner's done, more later. Seb
adds some babble about me stealing Ale's lunch money and that he
biked an extra 5 miles. ...
... museum in the old Country Courthouse but according to the book Confederates in the Attic, by Tony Horwitz, it has some displays that are decidely "politically incorrect" even for the Deep South. I did make a brief stop at the Corner Drug Store, which sells Civil War memorabilia as well as pharmaceuticals, and serves as a bit of a museum of Civil-War-era medicine.
... Had a fire outside, then another fire inside (Mr Muskett displaying excellent fire-building skills), as you can never have too many log fires.
More Parkway driving the next day, more turtles, more walks and more sunshine, waterfalls you could walk behind, and a deer nearly jumping in the car. After a stop in the Loveless Cafe for some biscuits (some kind of genius cross between actual biscuits and scones and happiness) we were in Nashville, Tennessee.