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Travel Blogs from Port Gibson
Drove a bit further then stopped at Walgreens for a few items. The landscape now is so sparse – flat farming land, hardly a building to be seen for miles.
Drove into Vicksburg and found a dodgy motel, Rest Inn, for under $50 per night. It was still -7 degrees. We drove a mile down the road and found a laundromat. While our clothes were drying, we headed back to the historic main street ...
... Not much happened during the day. Stopped and bought coffee once which we drank with an ALDI cinnamon bun($1.69 for 8) bought yesterday. Lunch we had at green spot off the freeway. Again with food from AlDI. Ham and bread, avocado and tomatoes some more boiled eggs for the boys, followed by a tasteless pecan roll bought at John's favourite supermarket; Piggly Wiggly. He was ecstatic when Andreas, who drove at the time, spotted it, was able to ...
... but we bought cinnamon buns, ice cream and a huge bit of discounted Christmas ham. Ice dream etc in the room with just one incident. John had bought a huge bottle of wine with a very persistent plastic cork. First cork screw broke followed by the second one. Two bits of metal sticking up of the cork but not a drop of wine even remotely likely to escape the grip of the cork. After a calming can of beet John ventured out into the ark in search of a ...
... to Natchez with just trees and a few ordinary houses passing by eg very ordinary scenery. Natchez historical with well preserved houses and on a warm day walk around town would have been nice but we all felt cold and after our very disappointing late lunch we were all unwilling to venture out. We had read about Pig Out Inn in the LP and were very excited about stuffing ourselves there. No food since our minute breakfast and by now it was after three pm and everyones' stomachs ...
... bit before getting water and heading
The next 10 miles were challenging but
once my muscles warmed up it was slightly easier. We stopped to
regroup at a place called Owen's Creek waterfall. It was lovely and
peaceful sitting on top the ledge. We ended up waiting a while again
because Ale had had another flat.
We made it into our campsite for the
night at around 2 which gave us enough time ...