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... expanse of water.
Anyway, Vicksburg is a truly interesting town with some quaint and beautiful old buildings. One that we took the time to stop at today was The Old Courthouse which, built in 1858, stands today as Vicksburg’s most historic structure and has hosted such guests and speakers as Jefferson Davis, Ulysses S. Grant, Booker T. Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, and William McKinley.
We didn't have too much time on our ...
... A highlight was the restoration of the U.S. Navy river boat 'Cairo'. An Iron Clad river boat (basically the 'Natchez' wrapped in an Iron Shell). The Cairo was sunk by a sort of primitive Torpedo and settled in the River mud until it was raised in the 1960's. Had a quick look around the Vicksburg waterfront; the concrete flood barriers have all been painted by local artists documenting the history of the town. Then, heading North again on highway 61, we left the rolling countryside ...
Vicksburg National Park is an extensive memorial for Civil War. Thanks Bob Osterberg for recommending we stop in Vicksburg, MS. Tom was totally enthralled for the 16 mile drive while I got bored after 1 hour until we saw the Cairo ironclad ship that was hit with cannons and sunk around 1863. All crew members were saved. The ship was found around mid 59-60's and restored over 20 years. By far the largest jigsaw puzzle ...
... are still about 250 miles from the sea. Got goosebumps crossing the bridge as if finally I've seen it!!! Very few things I've seen deserve the word awesome and this was to me.
Headed for the military park and stopped for a coffee in a MacD just outside. My coffee cost 10 cents as a breakfast special and as I turned to get my sugar I slipped on the wet floor and landed on my back. Elbow sore but mostly just pride hurt. That said suddenly I was centre ...
... a camera for Julie - that's another story, we rode on. At Greenville, we tried to find something interesting to look at and ended up in a very traditional southern diner for lunch, eating some form of fish and Karl also had crocodile/alligator.
While there, we met the local Fire Chief who was having lunch and he took us for a run out to see the mighty Mississippi, to a place called Warfield Park - we had photos taken ...