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The drive through Mississippi was beautiful. It was a great day for a drive. Sunny and starting to warm up. It hit 45 today!
First stop was in Vicksburg, MS. This is where they first bottled Coca-Cola back in the early 1900's. It was a neat little museum full of TONS of ...
... had the bus that Rosa Parks sat on. There was a bronze statue of her in the bus. No selfie with Rosa though. That felt a little irreverent. They had a copy of the freedom riders bus that was attacked. They had a sanitation truck from the sanitation strike in Memphis. The whole museum was ...
... Now you may not know but Parchman is the home of the Mississippi State Penitentiary and Blues enthusiasts will be familiar with the song" Parchman Farm" which laments being banged up in this very facility. Steve is one such enthusiast and so parked his car in the prison drive. Bev would like it to be noted at this juncture that she felt sure we weren't meant to park. Steve, rushed off to photograph signs. Within a short space of time the chief investigator of ...
... it was worth it.
The museum was more of photographs and biography's although there were costumes and instruments to see. So if you were not interested in the lives of the Blues Artists there was little to be seen. Of course I loved it! read every bio, checked every picture, painting etc. There was a Muddy Waters Gallery complete with a modern ...
... as we get further south.
We took the Monorail across to Mud Island and looked at the river park first before the rains came.
They have created a scale model of the length of the Mississippi and its tributaries right down to the Gulf ...