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... of hiking trails through the woodlands and along rivers. We gave the Mosquitos a free lunch and explored the trails. Full of wildlife, in just a short time of walking we saw a Lizard with bright blue throat and belly and the tiniest Toad I have ever seen - I thought it was a grasshopper. Red and yellow birds flitting about too fast to photograph. After a simple Picnic we were on our way again to Nashville, arriving early ...
... coming from so late in the season. We crossed into Alabama right at noon, and shortly thereafter we were into rain. So much for the wax job! We noticed lots of green rolling hills there which suddenly turned into a broader horizon and the land was considerably flattened out with fields of wheat, corn and possibly soy beans. This was especially noticeable once we started heading more directly in a westward direction at Decatur, Alabama. Somewhere along the way at a little wide ...
... which was not to bother with the guy, but live and learn. I will do a better job in the future.
On a positive note, I left Jeff's and went into Tupelo to the Elvis Birthplace Museum. I got a couple of tourists to take a pic of me next to Elvis' childhood home. It is tiny! You can view the inside as well for $12, but I thought that was a bit steep. The museum was simple, but cute. The house was in it's original location and it was tiny! It couldn't have been more than about ...
... of the Natchez Trace Parkway is in sight. The Parkway incidentally, is not to be confused with the Natchez Trace.
The Natchez Trace is a natural footpath that more or less parallels the Parkway. It's origins date back at least 10,000 years and was initially used by wild animals in their quest for salt licks. As early as 2000 years ago, Native Americans blazed the trail and was later further developed by early settlers. As commerce expanded ...
... of High Life. We’re playing some music, too, when a twentysomething couple comes stumbling down the path toward the beach; they’re pretty tipsy, and they stick their head coldly inside of Pearl. “What y’all got here?” The guy especially loves the idea, and runs inside with us to play a ditty on the piano: the theme from Power Rangers. He tells us that there’s an open mic night up at Moe’s, ...