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Travel Blogs from Natchez
... 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 ...
After a second sleepless night - mostly due to the heat, partly due to the large number of men in utes driving in and out of the otherwise empty campground (were they mafia? drug dealers? secret man lovers? rangers spying on us to make sure we paid?) we decided not to sleep in the van again. So we dragged our weary souls to a beautiful B&B in the town of Natchez on the Mississippi, an 'antebellum' (pre-civil war) house that is one ...
"To travel is to live... Well"
My inspiration to travel is neither an intense life changing event nor a split second decision to just up and go places. My reason for travel is the need to be a part of something bidder than myself, to push my limits, or test the water so to speak. I want to travel to be scared, nervous, excited, to experience things unknown or that scare me. I thrive to become blissfully lost, to immerse myself in a new culture, an outside world, a ...
... 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 ...
... is now paved of course, but section of the Old Trace footpath remain and are marked along the Parkway.
There are over 100 points of interest marked along the Trace, and no billboards. These include three primitive campgrounds that are free on a first come first served basis. We stayed at one, the Jeff Busby Site. Meriwether Lewis, of Lewis and Clark fame died and ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed