Super 8 Tallulah
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... br> Jude: "Well, to be honest, I am worried about the time we need to get to Mississippi"
Charlie: "I agree and I know you! You would not be able to relax. You would be watching the time constantly"
Jude: "and I don't want to drive like a bat outta hell to get there"
Charlie: "Which we would have to do. So why not consider we rather come down from Joplin when we do Route 66 and then we can totally chill and play all day looking ...
We travelled today along the Natchez Trace Parkway.this is the route taken by travellers as far back as 1780's Boatman known as "Kaintucks" would float wooden flatboats down the Mississippi River from Nashville to the markets in New Orleans and Natchez. Without an efficient way to navigate up the river they would sell their boats for lumber and walk the 444 miles back home, which could take them a month. ...
... was flat bottomed boat but I still can't fathom how it didn't sink covered in all that armour and with all the canons on board.
The tour was supposed to include a drive through Vicksburg to see the historical buildings. We obviously spent longer in the Vicksburg National Military Park than we were meant to because the bus sprinted through town.
I spent a lazy afternoon commencing with my now habitual 2-hour sleep.
... and Chuck, who had ridden their bikes over to our motorhome to check it out. As we drove away, we wished for more time as they had invited us up to their 300 acre horse ranch near Columbus, Georgia. It was difficult for Sini to turn down a chance to ride. The trip west was fairly uneventful as we traveled on the main roads of Hwy 98 and Interstate 10. Sini had picked as our destination a campground located in the Davis Bayou area of the Gulf Islands National ...
... road without lights, so high beams would seem, at least to me, to be incredibly beneficial here. We switched from high beams to low beams when we saw people coming. There was no police trap that they were signaling.
Anyway, it was a Mississippian Mystery that went unsolved. Can of you, dear readers, explain what we saw in Mississippi?