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Travel Blogs from Port Gibson
While in Biloxi we drove down along the coast. There was nothing but wide open beaches along the Gulf for miles and miles. Across the road there was nothing but residential lots for sale where once there were homes. Occasionally there were beautiful homes on stilts three stories high that had recently been rebuilt. I can't imagine what the insurance costs are. We stopped in Bay St. Louis for lunch and had really great fresh fish. The night before we ...
... to the Courthouse Museum - the guy at the Visitor Centre told us it was a must - well you walk in and I don't think a window has been opened in there since the last trial way back in the 19th Century - extremely musty - but being good tourists we had a look through it - lots of items from the Civil War etc etc.
Ameristar Casino for their buffet dinner.
... 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 ...
... Had a fire outside, then another fire inside (Mr Muskett displaying excellent fire-building skills), as you can never have too many log fires.
More Parkway driving the next day, more turtles, more walks and more sunshine, waterfalls you could walk behind, and a deer nearly jumping in the car. After a stop in the Loveless Cafe for some biscuits (some kind of genius cross between actual biscuits and scones and happiness) we were in Nashville, Tennessee.
... boarded the bus to narrate out tour. She has been a tour guide on the Battlefield for 25 years and she and her family have lived on or next to the Battlefield for several generations. We stopped at several spots for photo ops. When we stopped at the Illinois monument, we went inside and the whole group sang "America the Beautiful". The interior is all stone and has a dome roof that is open to the sky. The inside of the walls are in ...