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... It starts with the head waters of all the major rivers of the Mississippi water shed. Then flows to the Gulf of Mexico 30,000 inches away. Towns are laid out along the way. I took a pic of Barb standing on our campsite. Placards along the way describe the history of the river as well as major events that happened on the ...
Started the day with a
stop at the Magnolia Mound plantation. It was great until I decided to
check on the sugar cane plants and stood on the home of fire ants. I
know why they are called fire ants!! But the interesting stories of how they lived and managed in this heat - the slaves lay on the ground outside the open doors to make sure ...
... of blues and youthful exuberance - "like no Blues song he had ever heard." Sam took the record to a local Memphis radio station where Dewey Philips played it on his show "Red, Hot & Blue." After playing it, the phone started to ring and he was asked to play it over 14 times in 2 hours. That was the birth of a legend - Elvis Presley!
What an ...
... licking each other and it was fantastic. It took us about four hours to wander through the entire zoo and we were very impressed with the strong focus on conservation and education throughout. We also like THE AARDVARK! Seriously, those things are so weird.
After the zoo we headed back down Cooper Street, stopping off at Yolo Frozen Yoghurt for, you guessed it, some frozen yoghurt, and then I grabbed a sandwich next door at Lenny's Subs ...
... us around while we're parked here make me thankful that we have the weight of a big deisel engine to hold us down - I wouldn't want to be in a trailer or fifth wheel!
We've enjoyed watching the many big tows moving up and down the Mississippi - looks like quite a fight to make some of these turns ...