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... of the need to travel overland (and upriver) from the Mississippi (Natchez was the main starting point) to the Midwest (which became Nashville). Colonial travelers took advantage of the wandering animal and indian tracks leading Northeast. French, English, Indian and American, they all followed more or less the same route -- varying the actual passage when forced to by flooding or tree falls. Usually traveled South to ...
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If it is a big cities with a lot of money or a small town, the votes still count. Make sure that you try to persuade as many voters as possible if you are a candidate and if you are a voter remember that every vote makes a difference!
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... the end of the day I had to take more and more rest (butt) stops :(
There is a big storm coming from the South and guess where I'm heading tomorrow. I guess it will be interesting times tomorrow :) After completing the Trail tomorrow I'll be heading North and West to Colorado. If it's raining I'll hole up in a motel and call it a rest day. Stay tuned.
... me far away from work, and from normality to a foreign land that I haven't been to in many years. So, on the itinerary as of right now...Rome, Venice, Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg and Prague. The thought of this trip makes my mind whirl on overload and I can only calm myself by thinking about work, and the sleep that I need now to make up for what I will lose in my upcoming great adventure!
... in Jackson. I bike on. I reach MM 80 and decide, on the fly, to hit up Vicksburg in the hopes of seeing my cousin. It would prove a successful, yet drastic measure. I pass through Edwards, MS. The town seemed a bit under the weather at night, and the grocery attendant informed me that I should "not stay here," for that "they would get me, rob me." I left after eating a half bag of Fig Newtons and a hot cup of Cappucino. The ride from Edwards ...