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... and Jackson Mississippi I was following a semi because; A) he was doing 75 while everyone else was doing 45, B) he had bright LED brake lights on the top of his trailer that were easy to see, C) if there was anything on the road he would bull doze it.
I find 'mericans have the nasty habit of slowing down in heavy rain, which makes then prone to being rear ended cus they don't have running lights on. More times than I can remember a car has ...
Saturday August 9, 2014 Travel Day The day started off sunny and hot, but soon turned overcast as we headed south on US 65. Crossing Into Arkansas we continued south on US 65 and I-40 East into Little Rock. We did not stop but continued straight through the city on I-30 and then I-530 south to Pine Bluff. Partway down I-30 we ran into a rain storm so strong ...
... first. Well not sure if it's a glorified garage sale or supposed to be serious! Lots of junk lol
The museum we did go into was about the lower Mississippi and how it has changed over the years. Very interesting. Interactive displays for all to push and learn from.
Next museum just down the road was dedicated to the siege of Vicksburg. We were shown an informative 30 min film about what occurred in those days before the Southern ...
I awoke to a wet earth, but sunny morning. Extremely happy, I made my usual breakfast if instant oats and a protein shake, I headed for the battlefield. When I got there I was happy to hear it was a national monument, that meant my national parks season pass would work, and it did. Free access. I parked and walked up to the visitors centre. The sheer size of this battlefield meant that I would have to drive around it. Well, it's is technically not a battlefield. It was a siege. ...
... for. Flat the whole way with large empty fields. Drove through small settlements with very poor housing. Mississippi state one of the poorest, if not the poorest, state in the US. Not too many people out and about but lots of Baptist churches with cars parked outside. Our first stop was in Clarkesdale which is one of these small places to which blues fans pilgrim. John went to one of the museums dedicated to this type of music but the rest of us browsed ...