Extended Stay America - Jackson - Ridgeland
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... for the tour. It had been built back in1925 by her father. She lived there until her death in 2001. Her house was full of books. She not only wrote, but loved to read, especially mysteries. Her books were strewn throughout the house, not as bad as mine. I keep all mine in one room. After the tour we went to the Mississippi Crafts Center. They had a lot of various crafts in different mediums on display and for ...
We made it to Canton, Mississippii on Friday. Canton is a small town of about 30,000 but has one of the 2, Nissan plants in the USA. The plant is huge, it is one mile long and you can get tours during the week. It was a place we would have liked to see:((
Canton is also known for its Courthouse Square and historic homes leading it to attract the eye of Hollywood. It has been the location site ...
... apart from some nice architecture and a few green spaces within the city. Nonetheless, we explored the city for a few hours before retiring to our hotel which had a swimming pool and cable TV!!
A bit broken from New Orleans we spent the late afternoon in the pool, warmed up a couple of microwave meals and watched some dodgy American films.... just what the doctor ordered!!
The next day we left Jackson for Clarksdale, home of the Delta Blues!
... war speech. Ed wouldn't let me run through. We headed to MR OBarmas house and a little selfie outside I did send him a heads up we was calling by but apparently he didn't receive it ??and i was just another tourist taking a picture of his house! Shame he's really missed out on meeting me! A little squirrel ran upto us and ed put his hand out he gave it a a little sniff sniff i quickly rammed my hands in eds bag to get him some food the rattle of the bag he new what was coming ...
... house was given to the torch. It burnt to the ground accidentally after the war was over. All that stands now are the pillars that donned this typical southern mansion. Its an eerie reminder of the days past, as slowly nature takes back what is left behind.
By this time the sun is almost down. I booked another night in my hotel in Vicksburg and drive the hour north to it. I unpack again go to the gym and ...
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