Natchez Eola Hotel
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Natchez - sounds great doesn't it, and, right on the banks of the Mississippi, what couldn't be better for a stop over??
Anyway, we had a lovely ride down to Natchez from Vicksburg. It was nice to be heading south again and the weather got warmer and brighter as we dropped south. We were advised to take the Natchez Scenic Highway but …
... to make his ultimate home and the guy got started. Mr. Nut's slaves made all the bricks for this mansion.... and the wood was obtained from the lumberyard he had just down the river from Natchez. Well the war kept going and his cotton crop which was worth about 1 1/2 million dollars was burned by the Confederate Soldiers when they were retreating from the Union soldiers because they did not want the northerners to have this to ...
... I was good and didn’t. I meandered off of the main road on little adventures to see the countryside and how people lived. The area is quite poor and the crops are all harvested so there was few people around. It’s kind of stunning to really look and see just how much we have changed the world. Driving all this way and nothing is untouched. Really there is no place on earth we have not affected.Found the ...
... it is called the Texas conservation corps I spent nearly 5 of the 11 months working outside of Texas. This time divided between camping and working in Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi , and a short trip to New Mexico. Exploring these places, their nature as well as cities and people was the highlight to my year. Having a fish fry in Oklahoma, a steak cook out in Louisiana and spending time on the Mississippi coast We're some of the memories I ...
... Anna and Alex Campbell. She did indeed. She showed us a historical photograph which had been found of Roseland at the turn of the century on the original plantation. Roseland no longer sat on the banks of the Mississippi but it had not been destroyed. It had been moved- twice- and was now sitting on Lake Concordia, where a local veterinarian was restoring it. She shared his name and phone number with us. That evening, we drove back to Concordia Parish to ...