Hilton Garden Inn Hattiesburg
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... been recruited by the Union Army. Through back breaking work they made a moat and retaining walls from dirt and wood. The cannons and men with rifles could shoot over the top of the wall. There were many magnificent homes in the area, but they had all fallen into serious disrepair. The area was very depressed, and we found it hard to see.
After driving down the Natchez Trace highway we ended up ...
... just wanted to get there. After hugs and kisses all around we chatted a bit and then hit the hay.
My niece's home is wonderful. Located out in the country on thirty-six acres with a couple of fishing ponds and room to play with quads. So while I worked Michael and Travis were able to hang out with Ethan and run to town and play and fish. I will say that working from Mississippi was a true test of my ...
... played and i had registered it with the NAIA, it was not picked up until registration is finalised and *****. The annoying part was, I wasn't the only one in the team, most of the internationals had the same issue, and the girls in the team said they went through the same thing, and most of the time the first years sit out, train with the girls and red shirt. But for me I didn't come half way across the world to be red shirted, i didn't train and try so hard for ...
... the turmoil, etc. Now I clearly understand the "Little Rock 9". I didn't know the President sent the Army 101st airborne to escort those kids to class, booted the national guard out of the way basically. The school itself is still an operating school, by the way - - the visitors center & a restored gas station (where the press set up camp during the commotion) are across the street from the school.
Then, today was mighty Vicksburg Battlefield - - this ...
... and then picked up smaller roads towards Hattiesburg and Vicksburg.
Going over a magnificent bridge over Mobile Bay you swing into Alabama and one of your first sites is the USS Alabama moored up with it's guns pointing at Florida! Stopped for photo op and then heading on got a little lost exiting Mobile but eventually found the right road - north! It all got a little back road America here, passing dilapted houses, little mom and pop ...