Super 8 Tallulah
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... we took Ziggy for a short walk around the campground. Upon return to the motorhome we noticed Zig limping. A quick inspection found these tiny burs, about the size of a dried pea. At least 30 of these were imbedded on all four paws and throughout her coat. These burs are sharp as pins and when you pull them out, you generally get stuck too. We tried walking her in different areas and found every place had these sand burs, even just off our concrete patio. It became ...
You can get out and tour at different sites and also visit the U.S.S Cairo and Iron clad ship that was sunk in the Yazoo River in 1862 and was discovered by two guys with a compass. The ship was then raised and restored as much as it could be. The plan was to raise it in one piece but it broke in two due to the sheer weight of it. No one died when it sank and when it was raised a number of artefacts were recovered and they have a small museum ...
... beams, making driving and seeing difficult. Then, once past us, we could look in the rear view mirror and see them efficiently and courteously switch back to low beam.
This wasn’t just a one time oddity. All of the drivers coming to us did this. What could the benefit be? I would understand if it was foggy, perhaps. But it was perfectly clear, and ...
... in 2012 Census: 1406
Population density: 3 per sq mile
Population decline since 2000: 38%
Median Annual Income: $19,936
Over 40% of youth and elderly live below the poverty level.
I don't know this place or these people, but that sounds like a hard life.
Also, we couldn't help but notice a lot of fresh graves in the cemetaries we ...
... tags and there were 13,000 soldiers buried there without names or identification. One thing though, I'm really glad to not be the guy tasked with burying all the men, named and un-named after they sat out to rot in the harsh Mississippi summer sun for several months - major Ewwww.
We also saw the outpouring of love for local history at the Vicksburg Battlefield Museum where the detail and scale as well as the multitude of the models and dioramas ...