Harlow'S Casino Resort & Hotel
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... still living just fine until the war came down towards Natchez. The union troops burned all of their plantations. All the furniture and furnishings for the house that were already ordered had to be stopped. They had no more money. The workers who were left had dropped their tools and went home. The house ...
Day 8: Ripley, TN - Greenville, MS (275 miles)
Today was another great day! Early start again. I opened my hotel door to find a layer of snow on CC. Booooo! The stupid polar vortex seems to be sitting over my head and following me down the river.
I headed straight down the GRR ...
... hunched, a sweet and shy looking guy whose disability means his mike is slung low and he remains seated. Behind him sits a kid on drums, who seems entirely disinterested in the blues. He sucks on a straw whilst keeping time and for much of the evening yawns...they call him Hollywood. There are about forty people in earlier, round nine and by the end of the night at twelve about ten of us. Well folks I have to say this kid, the corner boy from the low rises, is ...
... it was worth it.
The museum was more of photographs and biography's although there were costumes and instruments to see. So if you were not interested in the lives of the Blues Artists there was little to be seen. Of course I loved it! read every bio, checked every picture, painting etc. There was a Muddy Waters Gallery complete with a modern ...
... where we had lived. We had just reached the Gulf of Mexico when the rain came so we ran back up to the museum which is nice and dry indoors. The girls were impressed by the replicas of the riverboat and ironclad battleship and learned a lot about life along the Mississippi.