Days Inn & Suites Ridgeland
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... a detour through little towns on US 80 and still arrived in good time and daylight, but tired out. Not as young as we used to be. I'll get Randy's face shot tomorrow for everyone to watch his hair grow.
Bedding down tonight so we can have a full day at the market tomorrow. Dogs are sleeping again, but doing well.
God Bless and see you all tomorrow!
Randy and Betty
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 ...
... of strange. Despite the odd smell, the food was really good and the folks behind the bar were very friendly. The bartender even gave me a plastic souvenir cup! After I ate, I went to a store called the Makers Market to get a post card. The store was filled with homemade items made by local artists. Pretty nifty. Lastly, before I left, I had to see the campus of the University of Alabama. The campus was huge! It looked like it would be a lot of fun to go there. ...
... can enjoy not only a scenic drive but also hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping. Will have to come back some day and do rest of parkway. We drove 86 miles from Natchez, MS to Clinton, MS.
One night stop over on way to Memphis, ...