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Good morning Summer. Well that's what the Americans say anyway. I would have said June 1 is the start of summer
This morning we left New Orleans to travel to Natchez,
We stopped off at the Government Buildings. This is the building that Huey Long was assassinated in 1934. You can still see the bullethole in the wall of the …
... yes I said miles and miles of concrete. Can you believe the cost of that????????
Then we came across cleared fields of cotton There was one spot that did tours so we stopped but it was closed for the season. Bummer that would of been interesting, it had different examples of housing for slaves etc. Maybe we will come across something in a few days.
After several hours of driving, we crossed the mighty Mississippi River ...
... a tourist road that has few exits and trees all along the road. A very nice change from the more commercial areas and I saw some deer along the way. At the end of the trail it started to get dark early! I had crossed the time zone and at this edge it moved the sunset earlier. I found the Nachez State Park and camped for the night. It went down to 0 at night so I woke early from the cold of sleeping in the back of my truck.
... and living on the outskirts made going anywhere a stressful stop and go motorcycle ride with people switching lanes all around. So I tended to limit the amount of time I went downtown. Also because of money, but that's another story. But Austin is also a city that has a lot of nature and a lot of music which are 2 of my loves. Austin has the greatest natural swimming holes and springs that I have ever been to. Barton springs, San Marcus ...
... enjoyable and informative commentary as his horse, Will, pulled the surrey through the streets of town at a relaxed pace. We got to see many historic homes, including the home of Captain Thomas Leathers, the riverboat captain, and William Johnson, a prosperous black freeman (who owned slaves) and barber.
After our tour we took a drive up the Natchez Trace to see the "Emerald Mound" - one of the largest Indian mounds in North America. We also stopped ...