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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... if we want"
Jude: "So are you telling me I am all dressed up and ready to go at this hour on a holiday when I could still be in bed?"
Well that about sums up the start to our day. But hey, we are allowed to change our minds, especially on holiday!
So today is a trip through the back country of Arkansas and into Louisiana to get to Vicksburg National Military Park in Mississippi. Interesting crossing the ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...