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... be able to wander through Vicksburg proper since we had come specifically to take in the Vicksburg National Military Park and needed several hours to do it. The park preserves the site of the American Civil War Battle of Vicksburg, waged from May 18 to July 4, 1863. The park also commemorates the greater Vicksburg Campaign, which preceded the battle. Reconstructed forts and trenches evoke memories of the 47-day siege that ended in the surrender of ...
... mound built and used between 1200 and 1730 by the American Indian population. We then arrived in Natchez which is a lovely town on the Mississippi and saw some lovely buildings. We visited the Melrose Mansion and had a guided tour. There was a lot of wealth in Natchez but also a lot of poverty. We are moving on tomorrow stopping halfway and then making our way towards New Orleans where we spend 4 ...
... We woke up the next morning to find Sini feeling the wrath of last night. Florida bars still allow indoor smoking and she found out the hard way that bar smoke does not agree with her anymore. She also had maybe one too many drinks. I was a little slow to function but recovered as usual. I nursed my sweetie as much as I could then went on a walkabout. I had a few things to shop for so I headed west and explored the shops along the coastal road. I had been here back ...
We had our first day of biking today
which was really cool. It was only about 20 miles but it was kind of
miserable. The first five in particular I contemplated rather
seriously if I could just stop and refuse to go any further and go
home. After a little further I began to be too tired to care and
distracted my self by timing how long each mile took me and
calculating how many mph that was. I found out I was going between
10-15 mph depending on the hills. ...
Here's a strange thing about Mississippi...the signs at the state line all say "Welcome to Mississippi, the birthplace of America's music." I've read that the legislature meant the signs to refer to blues, country, rock and roll, and gospel, but I never could find anything on the radio here except Top 40 Country Music stations. ...