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... Olympics since the 1930s. While inside, the heavens opened up, I could hear it inside the building just like I can in the school library. It was just about over by the time we left. The next stop was the Eudora Welty House. Eudora was a prolific writer whose work, The Optimist's Daughter, earned her the Pulitzer Prize. We took the tour, first watching an overview movie (4th one today, mind you), and then entering ...
We made it to Canton, Mississippii on Friday. Canton is a small town of about 30,000 but has one of the 2, Nissan plants in the USA. The plant is huge, it is one mile long and you can get tours during the week. It was a place we would have liked to see:((
Canton is also known for its Courthouse Square and historic homes leading it to attract the eye of Hollywood. It has been the location site ...
... apart from some nice architecture and a few green spaces within the city. Nonetheless, we explored the city for a few hours before retiring to our hotel which had a swimming pool and cable TV!!
A bit broken from New Orleans we spent the late afternoon in the pool, warmed up a couple of microwave meals and watched some dodgy American films.... just what the doctor ordered!!
The next day we left Jackson for Clarksdale, home of the Delta Blues!
Arrived in the capital after a long drive we headed straight to camp matt gave us a quick demo on how to set up the tent and off we went ed telling me what to do and obviously i was doing it all wrong, set up camp and had chicken fajitas and settled ourself in to a VERY cold campsite. Ed was head fire maker ... Obviously being the "outdoors man" after a few failed attempts the fire was blazing and we cracked open the marshmallows and s'mores and huddled in around the fire with ...
... towards Port Gibson. This was the road taken by the majority of Grants army. His army was spread out over the countryside but this road was the main thoroughfare. There was a few stops for battlefields but mostly there were signs placed at various locations to tell the significance of these spots. Like, this is the house where Grant had his headquarters before he heard the guns of a confederate ambush further up ahead, ...
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