Red Roof Inn Jackson North - Ridgeland
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Made it to Canton, Texas the home of the World's largest flee market. Staying at the Mill Creek Ranch Resort. It is a beautiful RV park, fairly new we think!
Going to the Market tomorrow and will take lots of pictures, this place is ENORMOUS! We are taking the shuttle over there so we didn't have to unload our car.
Hit rain off and on today, had a parking lot on I-20 so ...
Headed down to Jackson for the night.
As it was Sunday and Mothers Day the city was very quiet.
Did a drive around and looked at a few of the sights.
The city is undergoing repairs to a lot of the old buildings.
While I was checking into our accommodation Geoff got solicited - so ...
... meat, "TV dinners", canned goods, and fresh country eggs laid on the premises by free range chickens. All the cans and boxes had many weeks’ worth of dust. Of course the roads were all dirt so there was bound to be a lot of dust. The spaces were large and well-spaced. It was really a campground that was made for parking your RV for the year and coming and going as you wished. It was too far off the road for most drop in travelers like ...
... for the night, so I opted for surfing one more night. I was on my way to meet up with him, but one of the roads on my route was closed so I had to take a detour. Once again (I don't know how this ALWAYS happens to me) I ended up cruising through the ghetto. I saw the most mind-blowing thing... dogs. Everywhere. Stray dogs. I saw the first one walking down the sidewalk near a busy street. I was so confused and just looked around for its owner. Then about a ...
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile drive through exceptional scenery and 10,000 years of North American history. Used by American Indians, "Kaintucks," settlers, and future presidents, the Old Trace played an important role in American history. ...