Red Carpet Inn
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... they are in is astonishing. So, the USS Cairo is like another park within the main park. It would be very easy to spend an entire day wandering around this place!
Lastly, if anyone noticed very strange paths on my tracker today, my original track had me catching a small archeological park in the NE corner of Louisiana... well, it seems this has become a state park now... so I re-routed and today, I went back west into La to be sure I had that ...
... and a theme for coming days, lots of white wooden baptist churches.
Because of Spring Breakers traffic and Mobile we were later than we intended so decided to stay in Hattiesburg and head to Vicksburg first thing. Mmmm Hattiesburg, looked small on map, wrong, like all in America it was BIG - spreadout - no town centre - ... Ended up in a Quality Inn, eating in a Farmers Market (not what we expected) and having an early night! Hahahaha
... is twice as big as Candlestick Park, they have at least 30 "White House" replicas for each of the various fraternities on campus. Absolutely gorgeous. We are now in Montgomery, Alabama to spend the night and plan on visiting the Civil Rights Museum in the morning which is located in the motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A very interesting day, We are now off to Burmingham, Alabama for the ...