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What a difference a night and a cold front make! Woke up this morning to 54°. It will be windy today, cooler with a high in the 60's and sunny. In all a beautiful day with a jacket. It promises to be a great last day in Natchez.
We had an interesting day visiting three houses and they couldn't be more different—the good, the not so good, and the mediocre tour.
First, Stanton Hall. This is the largest house in ...
... culturally inclusive" and thanked the queens for being instrumental in beginning this movement.
Interesting note: Jim talked to one of the docents we met the next day. She said the queens and kings were chosen based on the work their mothers or grandmothers had done in the garden clubs. She also said the changes to be “more culturally inclusive” had caused a lot of controversy in Natchez and that not ...
... him get started. The family has the letter framed in the parlor. It was written by Millard Fillmore who later became US President.
Interesting note: The docents were very proud of two art pieces created by one of the past owners. They are 3-dimensional wax paintings, one of flowers and one of fruit. They were shipped to the World Expo in Chicago at the turn of the century and won prizes.
... they weren't kidding. Our first hill was right out of the start gate and most people had to walk it or do some "cross training" as the guides prefer to call it. The ride around the perimeter was beautiful. We ended up at the visitor center where we met a guide who told a great story about the civil war battles and had inside gossip to share too which made it quite fun everyone in the group ride all day which was a stretch for many We ended the tour with a picnic ...
... Alls well that ends well.
Today we started our drive from Magnolia and I took some pictures of the cool murals around the town. On our drive south we stopped to take a picture of Tom beside a sign that said we were doing the Camino, just for Tom's sister Pat. She did the actual walk in Spain several times so it just seemed to say take my picture LOL.
You can not believe that they make some of their highways out ...