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... old house, really interesting history, the owner told us about the house's history and then played three pieces of classical music on a Steinway piano. After touting the house we crossed the road to the Elms - a very grand house. Diner was on the porch, really ...
... store that his niece owns and operates, she is the one that gave us the information. All is sounding weird right now I know but we had read up on this and was expecting weird.
So we head to town to the Delta Music Museum, hoping this will fill in the hour. We get there to find a sign saying "Gone for lunch". They still do that, close up to go for lunch? I guess in small country towns anythings possible. We are beginning to think ...
... culturally inclusive" and thanked the queens for being instrumental in beginning this movement.
Interesting note: Jim talked to one of the docents we met the next day. She said the queens and kings were chosen based on the work their mothers or grandmothers had done in the garden clubs. She also said the changes to be “more culturally inclusive” had caused a lot of controversy in Natchez and that not ...
... Wince's "The Blue Room." It was not the most exciting thing in Vicksburg, but it was a great find. There was a lot of Civil War history in Vicksburg that tends to overshadow the blues. Just five minutes from downtown there is a Civil War Museum that we avoided despite the promise of a live battle reenactment. White folk just crazy about their white history. Crazy indeed. It reminded me of the ongoing complexities that plague me on this trip, fantastic "yes ...