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... exhibit going on. She said that museums need to do this to increase visitation from time to time. All of the museums I have visited do this, and I hope it works to provide these museums with some level of economic viability. Although like most things federal, economic sustainability is measured by how much money can be printed.
I have added pictures of the Chihuly exhibit, since my wife could not be in attendance. It took me 45 seconds to ...
... They even had a 1900's soda fountain. The lady there was really nice and told me all about the town. If there is one thing I've learned on this trip it is that people working visitor desks LOVE their town and LOVE to talk about it.
Off to Anchuca Antebellum house. Still in Vicksburg, MS. It ...
Day 8: Ripley, TN - Greenville, MS (275 miles)
Today was another great day! Early start again. I opened my hotel door to find a layer of snow on CC. Booooo! The stupid polar vortex seems to be sitting over my head and following me down the river.
I headed straight down the GRR ...
... steak with grilled shrimp. Paul had steak and a stuffed jacket potato which he said was really good.
Next day I went to mass at the local Catholic church St. Mark's.
The folk there were very friendly and I was cordially welcomed as soon as I stepped into the church. The priest was a missionary one with a grest sense of humour.
After brekky, we thought we'd better go do some sight ...
Shortly after we woke up, we went to the visitors center for the park and rented a canoe. The park ranger delivered it down to the lake for us and we spent the next couple house paddling around the lake. They had a path marked around the lake with buoys for kayakers to follow. We didn't see all the makers so I think we only ended up following the middle section. We had an enjoyable time. We ended up in a section of ...