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... home of Jefferson Davis, the only President of the Confederacy. After viewing 2 short films on Jefferson Davis and the building of the home we took a guided tour of the home, which was heavily damaged by hurricane Katrina, but restored to its former glory, and includes period furniture, vintage photographs and several pieces belonging to the ...
Sunday August 10, 2014
We headed east this morning on I-20 to US Rt. 49 in Jackson MS where we turned south on US 49. This was a nice drive through rolling countryside and several small towns. We had a picnic lunch at the “Paul B Johnson State Park”; it was a beautiful setting overlooking a good size lake where several boats and personal water craft were enjoying the beautiful day. We continued south on US ...
For those that don't know, I am obsessed with Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives which is a show on the Food Network. I have planned restaurant along the way that were on the show. The Shed is a BBQ restaurant that I have seen on not just the DDD but other shows as well. It is 1000 ft off Exit 57 on I-10. There are two locations but this is the original ...
... the city arch that was across the road from the hotel. Afterwards we walked the park, and then headed over the Beau Rivage casino. This one was the fanciest in Biloxi rivaling Las Vegas and Atlantic City. We walked the casino floor and then down to the shops. They had an arcade for the kids, which was nice. We then walked back to the hotel to pack (travel day tomorrow) and watch our Sunday TV ...
... joe Williams, in the gallery of African American art, it was a fun exhibit. did most of his paintings on .recycled materal, like doors and shutters!!! loved it. also the sculpture of rod Moorhead. this show was called entropy, he used clay from the river around here to make figures and used a straw firing, another amazing amazing. for my pottery peps, look him up as well as George e Ohr.
on our way to new ...