Ravennaside

Address: 601 S. Union Street, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States | B&B
 
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Magnolia Arkansas to Natchez Mississippi

A travel blog entry by tom.terryhannan on Jan 09, 2015

7 comments, 10 photos

... yes I said miles and miles of concrete. Can you believe the cost of that????????
Then we came across cleared fields of cotton There was one spot that did tours so we stopped but it was closed for the season. Bummer that would of been interesting, it had different examples of housing for slaves etc. Maybe we will come across something in a few days.
After several hours of driving, we crossed the mighty Mississippi River ...

Meandering along the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 04, 2015

Day 3 Headed out later after doing an hour of yoga and and hour of meditation.I made a goal of Baton Rouge for today and spent the day winding my way along the Mississippi River. I tried several times to actually see the river up close but there is a dyke all the way along it to keep the river in its place and so that the rich fertile lands of the floodplain could be used to grow cotton. There were signs to not go onto the ...

Down in Dixie (2014 Recap)

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Nov 08, 2014

11 photos

... main project. We built 2.5 miles of long lasting trail that will hopefully turn into a 40 mile trail system in the future. Outside of work, this year will be one to remember as well. I had a couple motorcycle trips around Texas and one to Arkansas. Mostly though I lived in a 3 bedroom apartment with 7 people on the outskirts of Austin Texas. I had a love hate relationship with Austin during my year here. Austin Is a city that to me seems way ...

A hint leads to a discovery.....

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 22, 2014

22 photos

... 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 ...

Right by that mighty river

A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Jul 16, 2014

2 photos

... was to die for. Side plate of coleslaw for me and potato salad for Paul with a corn on the cob each was more than enough. Even had enough meat to bring home in a sandwich for lunch tomorrow!

We took a short stroll to the river and watched the rest of the sun setting.

Note to self, get out there and try get some pictures when it's light.
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