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My amazing trip to the Delta began with a day in Memphis and ends today in Vicksburg. Spent the day exploring the Vicksburg National Military Park, the U.S.S. Cairo Museum, and the Vicksburg National Cemetery. This too was a return trip for me to the Delta. ...
... a Mexican restaurant a mile down the road. When we pulled up Linda said "what have you brought me to?". The paint peeling outside and a shabby interior, the car park full of massive scruffy pick up trucks, but we ventured inside and thankfully the Fajitas were absolutely the best, so appearances can be deceptive. The reason for coming here is to visit the B.B. King museum and Delta Interpretive Centre, to get started on our discovery of the Delta Blues. That's the plan for ...
... we took Ziggy for a short walk around the campground. Upon return to the motorhome we noticed Zig limping. A quick inspection found these tiny burs, about the size of a dried pea. At least 30 of these were imbedded on all four paws and throughout her coat. These burs are sharp as pins and when you pull them out, you generally get stuck too. We tried walking her in different areas and found every place had these sand burs, even just off our concrete patio. It became ...
... bit before getting water and heading
The next 10 miles were challenging but
once my muscles warmed up it was slightly easier. We stopped to
regroup at a place called Owen's Creek waterfall. It was lovely and
peaceful sitting on top the ledge. We ended up waiting a while again
because Ale had had another flat.
We made it into our campsite for the
night at around 2 which gave us enough time ...
After the alligators we made our way along the Mississippi River to Natchez to join the Natchez Trace Parkway - a beautiful road through the countryside which is closed to commercial traffic so there is no one there, with lots of stops and walks to do along the way. The road is lined with trees which glowed in the afternoon light as the sun was going down. After an overnight stop in Jackson, a nice steak and some late night laundry, we were back on the Parkway ...