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Travel Blogs from Oxford
... Bill had a couple of huge moments and has lost a bit of confidence on the loose. It has made no difference to me because I had no confidence to start with so it can't get any worse.
Fortunately there was no water today as it was a little warm. Surely God invented motorcycles for roads and boats for water. Boats are rubbish on roads and me and my motorcycle are rubbish on water. Seems fair enough.
... who don't know me well, I am the crazy cat lady!
we had to feed them in the mornings too, and water of course!
People- my favourite person on this farm was Linden! she was my little ray of sunshine and hope! such a friendly, bubbly, great girl! I liked her instantly! she is the crazy farm girl! and I'm sure she wont mind me saying that! she works on lots of farms, and loves it! she called me fresh meat! and soon discovered that I wasn't really a ...
... the guy is butt naked. Guess what? They have no clothes at the Taylor Grocery. To put it in perspective, I had catfish twice in Mississippi, once in Louisiana and once in Tennessee. This was the worst of the bunch. No contest. 'Nuf said.
Back in Oxford, we hit the historic town square. In stark contrast to Clarksdale, this town was pulsating with shoppers and diners roaming about. And music seemed to emanate from every establishment. Our first stop ...
... as soon as I crossed the state line from Florida to Georgia my IQ dropped 50 points so that I was then only 10 points above the average Georgia resident. I guess its gods way of making things somewhat equal for those poor souls. Patty and I stopped in Tupelo, Mississippi to visit the birthplace of Elvis. Talk about humble, his house is about the size of ...
Look at this beautiful town. The square has the county courthouse in the middle and shops running along the four streets surrounding the building. 3 bookstores on these 4 streets. You can tell this is a university town.
Our reason for stopping in Oxford was to visit Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner. His home is close enough to walk to the square but feels like it is out in the countryside. Lovely, serene.
Other places to stay in Oxford
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