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... the last 40 miles to Natchez .This was a lovely drive hardly any traffic, in fact Liz counted only 20 cars passed us. The travellers would stop at stands (inns) along the way for bed and food and one of the last ones in existence was the Mount Locust Inn. The travellers would pay 25 cents for bed and food. We stopped to look around the Inn and grounds. We then went onto Emerald Mound. This was ...
... and Vicksburg as we entered the Mississippi Delta. The land becomes completely flat with river tributaries spreading out over a vast fertile flood plain. For an hour and a half we travelled on straight roads heading to the horizon with only scattered farms, no towns or shops or garages even to stop for a drink. Late in the afternoon we arrived at our next stop-off, Indianola, the birth place of the King of the blues, Mr. B. B. King. B.B. died only a week ago, and his ...
... pleasure crafts.
Further up the road we made it to the town center then walked a few blocks around the main streets to get the feel of this old small town. On the road leading back to the car we found a quaint little bar with outside seating. Sini bought me my first birthday beer. It had been a great 5 mile hike and it was time to head home. We decided to have a delicious meal at our campsite rather than go out to dinner tonight. While stopped at ...
... minute chat. He mentioned Bluegrass group will play outside and that's were we went after Pirogue dinner of fried oysters, catfish and shrimp. Quite good. Spent about 2 hours listening to good local music! Moving onto Tuscaloosa, MA. Not much to say with just overnight stay except that we blew circuit breaker after I used hair dryer with A/C, microwave, lights going and had no idea where to find it. The Jayco ...
... and his troops had been trying to bypass Vicksburg via a canal and various other options to negate the significance of Vicksburg. Vicksburg sits above the Mississippi and controls any traffic due to its imposing position. Grant brought his army down to join Sherman and took overall control with 3 commandeers, one of which was Sherman. They crossed the Mississippi, South of Vicksburg and fought various battles on their way to Vicksburg, including, Port ...