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... building and really didn't want to try and find something else to visit. The city is tiny and all concrete. So we ended up ordering pizza for delivery and watched tv. How different two places can be, even though they are only a few hours away from each other. It's not even worth the stopover, we would just continue on to Memphis from NOLA next ...
... Georgia to fuel up and while there three old cars pulled up. Boy what beautiful rides they were.
As we pulled away a stiff breeze blew past showing 'Old Glory' displayed proudly above the parking area. Our hearts pounded with pride...we "LOVE" this land that we've been blessed to live and ride in.
Excitedly, we rode ...
Another short day, so more than enough
time for me to write. We started promptly at 6:01 am when Hans
knocked on my tent informing me to get up or else. I then took down
my tent and packed up my gear and ate my oatmeal. I then had to wait
for the guys to also accomplish all of this. Then we headed out for
our first 15 miles of the day.
It was still reasonably chilly and a
bit downhill so the miles flew by. ...
After a long drive, we arrived in Jackson. We researched what there was to do in Jackson and the results showed museum, museum, museum. Nothing really appealed to us, this stop was mainly an overnight stopover to break up a long drive to Baton Rouge. There was no suggestions with what to do, so we decided on the Sunday sesh... To then find out all the liquor stores were closed. Just ...
Friday morning we hopped out of bed early and the four of us (Marcia, Larry, Rich, me) made the nearly 2-hour drive from Hattiesburg to Jackson, arriving at my uncle Greg Campbell's house before 10:00. We were delighted to find his mother Lynn there as well. We've had many opportunities to get to know her through the years and a couple of years ago she welcomed us into her family's Neshoba County Fair cabin. All six of us piled into Greg's van to go to ...