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... flight, I sat right behind first class, someday I will sit in first class because they got their own tablets to watch movies on and didn't have to watch the weird inflight movie. Anyways, back to the seat, it had so much leg room for my tiny legs and I was on the aisle so easy access to the bathroom. I sat next to a French guy who was home for a funeral, his mother was American and his father was French. I swear he was hammered before the flight and ...
... to stay in some sort of line. Once we finished kayaking we all headed in the car for some lunch. We went into town to mulligans pub. They showed me a little stall in town that has some famous burgers at a place called "Petes" which has been around since 1909 but they aren't supposed to be that amazing so I happily passed on those. Thanks to dad and his beales burgers I'm a bit of a fussy burger eater. After we finished lunch we headed to another ...
... to head over to the family business "Singer lumber". Jenny's grandpa had a home grown timber business which then got passed onto her dad. Huge great bit place where you can get anything from diy bits & bobs to a brand new wood kitchen. Amazing that it's a home grown business that's been passed through the family. Had to obviously get a picture with a big stack of wood! Jenny's grandpa used to be a minor back in the day to so got to look at some of ...
We protested right alongside the NAACP in Durand, MS, targeting a school, which although legally segregated on the face of it, divided students into college tract (the white students) and work tract (the black population). It was here that I first "met" the KKK as they drove up and down the streets whistling Dixie and waving their sheets in the wind. Prior to leaving for the protest, we were ...
... highways. No such luck. Next stop was Guttenberg which turns out to be quite a little tourist town on the river at a lock. Found a quaint motel in an old list building right on the river. Reasonably priced room, even free wifi.
Had dinner at a nearby cafe also overlooking the river. I tried cat fish and Wes had a smoked Iowa chop. Watched a boat push 12 barges down the river. Barges are tied together.