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Travel Blogs from Lorman
... to my front wheel wildly snaking left and right while the bike is traveling forward :-( .
I spent a lot of time in the countryside away from the highway today and even did about 30 miles of the Natchez/Trace Parkway. I did the Parkway last year on my September trip and managed to ride into a tropical storm. This years rain is mild compared to that.
Saw quite a few animals today including two deer bounding across the road ...
... 100 mansions in the tiny town built by millionaires who made their fortune by trading slaves, cotton etc along the river. Bad for them, great for us. Tried not to walk around with jaws dropped - the contrast to the previous nights made it even better. Welcome drinks, homemade cookies, a shower (luxury!), huge southern breakfast, amazing furnishings and friendly southern hosts. Watched the sunset over the river, slept in a real bed... ...
... When I think of my friends, it feels like they are content, comfortable living a small town life, just as they are. I'm different, I don't want to leave this world not knowing what life somewhere, anywhere else is like. How will I ever know if I am truly happy if I don't experience new things. Most people say "the world is a scary place". I want to expose myself to these things. Call me dumb or call me adventurous, I could care less. I'm too young to pack up and leave now, ...
... lodged in the roof of one of the rooms - a bomb went off in the 70s and the pencil literally shot up in the air and got stuck in the roof! We went up the tower and checked out the view from the observation deck.
Then over the state lines and into the state of Mississippi. Not the easiest state in the world to type correctly! Our main stop for lunch and our overnight stay is the town of Natchez. Its a tiny little town ...
... as a footpath by the Natchez, Chickasaw and Choctaw nations. Later it was used by the "Kaintucks" from the Ohio River Valley, who floated cash crops, livestock and other materials down the Mississippi River on wooden flatboats. At Natchez or New Orleans, they sold their goods, sold their boats for lumber, and walked or road horseback toward home via the Old Trace.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking