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... to make his ultimate home and the guy got started. Mr. Nut's slaves made all the bricks for this mansion.... and the wood was obtained from the lumberyard he had just down the river from Natchez. Well the war kept going and his cotton crop which was worth about 1 1/2 million dollars was burned by the Confederate Soldiers when they were retreating from the Union soldiers because they did not want the northerners to have this to ...
... a tourist road that has few exits and trees all along the road. A very nice change from the more commercial areas and I saw some deer along the way. At the end of the trail it started to get dark early! I had crossed the time zone and at this edge it moved the sunset earlier. I found the Nachez State Park and camped for the night. It went down to 0 at night so I woke early from the cold of sleeping in the back of my truck.
... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">State Bird: Eastern Brown Pelican
Features: Mississippi River, Sabine River, Grand Lake, White Lake, Driskill Mountain
Current Population: 4,625,470
Square Miles: 51,843
... some of our jobs would fall under conservation work, such as trail building, invasive species removal and forest fuel reduction. I would say that 40% of the work we did was glorified landscaping. It didn't take me long to realize that with Texas having so few public lands,there isn't a whole lot to conserve. Our usefulness in other states were also marred in my eyes by working with government agencies that included the bureau of land ...
... Locust Stand" - one of the historic Inns built along the Trace to house travelers on their journeys. Kerry and I were reading "The Devil's Backbone" - a book telling about the history of the Trace- which in the early days was a highway for settlers and for merchants. Before the time of steamboats, which could travel upriver, the merchants would send flatboats down the Mississippi, laden with goods. These would be sold in Natchez or New Orleans, and the now ...