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... A highlight was the restoration of the U.S. Navy river boat 'Cairo'. An Iron Clad river boat (basically the 'Natchez' wrapped in an Iron Shell). The Cairo was sunk by a sort of primitive Torpedo and settled in the River mud until it was raised in the 1960's. Had a quick look around the Vicksburg waterfront; the concrete flood barriers have all been painted by local artists documenting the history of the town. Then, heading North again on highway 61, we left the rolling countryside ...
I woke to a cloudless sky and a warm day - a blessing after two days of bitter cold.
Pip, Wayne and I had booked the Premium tour in Vicksburg - "Front Lines of Civil War" that took in the Vicksburg National Military Park. The Park is the site of the siege of Vicksburg by the Union army in 1863 during the Civil War; with the Confederate army only surrendering after 47 days due to starvation. The Park is extensive with a ...
... during Panama City Beach Bike Week when I drove a truck for Dragonfly Cycle Concepts. My memory of 6 years ago has faded but when I started walking around I started to recognize places we visited. I managed to put in 8 miles and upon return found Sini crashed in her lounge chair enjoying the sun. She hadn't improved much so we decided to write off today instead of trying another night on the town. We watched November Man early and I tucked her in bed at ...
... 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 ...