Econo Lodge Batesville
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... on that one! Then we wandered up to the homplace of William Faulkner! As Leah said, "it was well worth our time". We enjoyed seeing the place where he wrote and lived. There is even an outline on the wall for one of his books! We are hoping nobody gets any big ideas about that, but I guess if they win a Pulitzer we will let it go. The other neat thing was the Oxford to Charlottesville ...
... of you will get that joke but Keith, Glenn and the GOBs will.
Terry and his son Brandon fitted the tyres in a careful and methodical way (all right, we'll call it slow) but did a great job.
Brandon wanted me to take pictures of him and his roll tool box and told be how much each Snap-On tool cost in his box as he showed me each and every spanner.
Terry's other mechanic Charles (Charles? ...
... runs the farm, we had to drive about an hr to get to the farm. As we were driving conversation was difficult, I'm a chatty person and don't normally struggle, but this was hard! maybe it was the fact that I'd been up all night I'm not sure. So we arrived at the farm right in the country, with a breif stop to get some food. I was showed straight to my room, and all I wanted to do was sleep, but first I was taken on a little tour of the farm. The heat was ...
... in the 1960s. Founded in 1844, Ole Miss opened it's doors to 80 white, male students. Thirty-eight years later in 1882, the university admitted it's first female student, though the campus was still strictly off limits to African-Americans.
Desegregation came in 1962 as James Meredith, an African-American, had his application for enrollment rejected in 1961. Meredith filed a lawsuit which he subsequently won. Attempting to enter the campus in ...
Look at this beautiful town. The square has the county courthouse in the middle and shops running along the four streets surrounding the building. 3 bookstores on these 4 streets. You can tell this is a university town.
Our reason for stopping in Oxford was to visit Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner. His home is close enough to walk to the square but feels like it is out in the countryside. Lovely, serene.