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... mound built and used between 1200 and 1730 by the American Indian population. We then arrived in Natchez which is a lovely town on the Mississippi and saw some lovely buildings. We visited the Melrose Mansion and had a guided tour. There was a lot of wealth in Natchez but also a lot of poverty. We are moving on tomorrow stopping halfway and then making our way towards New Orleans where we spend 4 ...
My amazing trip to the Delta began with a day in Memphis and ends today in Vicksburg. Spent the day exploring the Vicksburg National Military Park, the U.S.S. Cairo Museum, and the Vicksburg National Cemetery. This too was a return trip for me to the Delta. ...
... get invited to Aunt Bea's Quilting Club but I won't get arrested for indecent exposure either!
The rest of the time was spent drying my riding gear, luckily this hotel has a very robust hair dryer that doesn't cut out frequently, and the AC unit has a very high output fan. The lady at the front desk offered to let me use the hotel's commercial dryer but I am scared my pants will end up in the lint trap if the are exposed to that kind of ...
... buried here. After the war there was a need to have central burial grounds and this was one of the locations chosen. Battlefields far and wide were scoured to find those hastily buried during the war and they were reburied here with honour. Of the 17,000 here, 13,000 are listed as unknown. A sad thought that loved ones never knew the final resting place of their sons, husbands or fathers.
I left the national battlefield, just past the cemetery, and was instantly ...
... cole slaw very tasty though. But as an experience I would rate this lunch early dinner very highly. Good fun. Good memory. Drove to down town Memphis and found a park in time for getting to the famous Peabody Hotel to see the five residing ducks returning for the night to their penthouse suite at 5pm. The march of the ducks, which dates back to a 1930s-era drunken prank, is a quintessential Memphis tradition. It always draws major crowds and so it did ...