Elgin Plantation Bed and Breakfast
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... the antiques, but wasn’t very knowledgeable about all. She just wasn’t a very good presenter. No pictures can be taken inside the house. As we were leaving there was a bride, groom, and their mothers working with a staff person to plan a wedding. Bet that’ll cost a pretty penny.
Lunch was a treat. We went to Mammy’s Cupboard. It’s out on the highway away from town and very busy for ...
Today started bright and sunny. Temps promise to be in the low 80s, but with rain and thunderstorms forecast for this evening.
Our house tour for today is The Towers, named for the towers it once had. It was built in 1798 with additions in 1826 and 1858. The house had Italianate wings with 3 floors. The family had a fire in one tower in the 1930's (teenager sneaking a smoke in her roomL) and destroyed the third floor of ...
... It was built by Gerard Bandon, son of the first native-born governor of Mississippi. It has the expected large porch with columns and large rooms with high ceilings. It’s furnished with lovely antiques from the period, but is not overdone. The family who owns it lives in the lower level mostly below ground and uses the upper levels for a bed and breakfast, weddings and events.
... local culture Dinner was on our tonight so about 9 of us went to Rustys and tasted fried green tomatoes and had a good dinner. Fun day Day 8 April fools day After breakfast at Anchuca we headed to Baer house for the morning briefing and shuttle back to Gibson Point to continue our ride on the Trace. Another nice day for riding but us going to get warm and humid. What a nice morning ride. Mostly a ought downhill which was great fun. All the way t the lunch stop in a ...
... Natchez Mississippi. We arrived around 2:00 and went to the tourist information and decided to spend the night. Booked into our hotel and then went to see one of the historic houses - LONGWOOD. We got there at 4:00 and did a 1/2 hr tour. The lady that lead the tour was very good, she told us why only the bottom floor was finished and the top 4 were not. In 1858 Mr. Nut (love the name) bought the land and an older home for ...