Camellia Columns

1402 Church Street, Port Gibson, Mississippi, 39150, United States | B&B
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Arkansas, Louisiana and on to Mississippi.

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Aug 09, 2014

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... almost caused us to pull over. We continued south on US 65 through Arkansas, passing extensive farm fields of cotton, corn and soy beans. Continuing south on US 65 we crossed into Louisiana, then east on I-20 over the Mississippi river and into Vicksburg Mississippi. We stopped for the night at “Ameristar Casino RV Park”, where we have stayed ...

Rain like I've not seen for some time!

A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Jul 18, 2014

... first. Well not sure if it's a glorified garage sale or supposed to be serious! Lots of junk lol

The museum we did go into was about the lower Mississippi and how it has changed over the years. Very interesting. Interactive displays for all to push and learn from.

Next museum just down the road was dedicated to the siege of Vicksburg. We were shown an informative 30 min film about what occurred in those days before the Southern ...

A beautiful road

A travel blog entry by robandhannah on Apr 09, 2012

... up to the table (at which point Hannah jumped up onto the bench), Hannah suggested Rob move the meaty BBQ tools because that was clearly what Mr Raccoon was going for... just as the raccoon took the entire large box of cookies that Hannah was enjoying in his mouth, snatched them away when Rob tried to take them back, and disappeared under the cabin with the whole lot. Hannah was VERY upset about the raccoon stealing ALL HER COOKIES!!! Rob was very amused by the ...

The trip starts out with a mis-adventure: FIRE

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jun 02, 2011

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... not lay down one cent there. We were there for the buffet. After a long drive and a crazy day, we deserved some good food. And for a buffet, the food was very good. Pooja gorged on deserts. It had an overlook of the flooded Mississippi River where we saw the sunset. I took some rib bones back to our dog of which she was pleased. Back at the RV we did not last long before we crashed – needing lots of sleep for an even longer drive tomorrow to the middle of ...

Mississippi River ferry crossing and Vicksburg

A travel blog entry by lanza_romanza on Apr 19, 2011

7 photos

... crossing.

The quaint, tidy town of Saint Francisville, Louisiana greeted us as we disembarked the ferry. Just a few miles out of town was the Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site. Built in 1835, at a cost of $13,100, the home anchored a 3,400 acre cotton plantation. At it's height, the owners owned 450 slaves and produced 400 bales of cotton each year. Cotton production ceased in 1900, when the Boll Weevil made ...

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