Days Inn Forest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we drove back to Rankin County, Mississippi, for the final search of our trip. After a trip to the library, which has a vast genealogical section and a very helpful librarian- we realized that this is a place where we could easily spend a week! The librarian offered to help via email so we decided that we would return to this information when we had more time.
We went on the ...
... agreement with what the Cheerleaders are doing. After getting into an argument over their racial believes, Steinbeck kicks the man out of Rocinate. Between Jackson and Montgomery, Steinbeck picks up one last person, a young black student. They talk about life and discuss what is going on with racial tensions in ...
He only spent one day here. Steinbeck's journey was almost over. The man only has a few more stops then he is home sweet home. When he is here though he sends a postcard about his trip. The last thing he says one the postcard is that "it has been a long haul." Then he was on his way to Abingdon, ...
... many alligators. The gators were separated by age... they had incubating eggs, the 2 year olds in and enclosed area, we are guessing, 4 and 5 year olds and then the big uns. They seemed really mellow for the most part although we did hear them hissing on occasion when we were feeding them.
The cashier told us that we could ask the guys outside to let us hold one of the ...
... facing out and a huge propeller out the back! We set off on the tour around the swamps, the tour guide explained that the swamp is unique because it's one of the least-altered river swamps in the country. It's
pretty much in its original condition, almost a pristine wilderness. The tour would take us into
the 250-square-mile Honey Island Swamp. Nearly 70,000 acres of it is a
permanently-protected wildlife area--the Nature Conservancy's First Louisiana
Nature Preserve. ...