BEST WESTERN McGehee
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... half way between Vicksburg and Helena, our next port of call) as the 'city' for today even though we don't stop there simply to show our progress up the river.
I received a message fro the Purser's office this morning advising my credit card has not been accepted. When I let them know I was having trouble with my credit card and would pay the account in cash, I advised them ...
... Matt's company packs and ships Uncle Ben's rice along with M&M's, Dove, and Skittles candies etc. needless to say, we have a huge box of rejects! We made it ForeTravel's "Campground" at 1420 hours. The weather is beautiful - 78 degrees, beautiful sunshine and a light breeze! However, the campground is the service area's parking lot with water and 50 amp ...
... I shouldn't have been. It was lovely seeing people I hadn't seen in years, hearing stories about my dad, and being surrounded in the wonderful embrace of family. The whole gathering was so warm and felt so comfortable, I really hated to see it end. But end it did and we headed out to Doe's Eat Place, the site of many family gatherings over the years that looks like a hole in the wall and serves food that gets written about in national magazines and won a James Beard Award a ...
... in Washington to regain control of the lower Mississippi River, thereby opening that important avenue of commerce, and enabling the rich agricultural produce of the Northwest to reach world markets.
It would also split the South in two, sever a vital Confederate supply line, achieve a major objective of the Anaconda Plan, and effectively seal the doom of Richmond. In the spring of 1863, Major ...
... for a couple hours. On the way back, she took us on a traditional ride on the levy. Basically, we drove down some crazy dirt roads with lots of farm animals wandering around. It was 3:00 in the morning before we finally got back to her friend's home. Good friends of the family - and practically 2nd parents to Martha - put us up in their amazing home since Martha's house was under construction.
We were slow getting out of bed in the morning, but finally ...