Red Carpet Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for us, then passed us down to whoever said they would like our help. This year has again opened my eyes up to the common problem of ineffectiveness of government in action, but it hasn't shut the door to me possibly wanting to get a job with one of these agencies in the future. There were some motivated people who truly cared about nature that we worked with. One cool thing that came from this year Is the violet crown trail, which was what I ...
... were broken up for the wood. The merchants would now be forced to travel back north on the Natchez Trace- carrying their money from the sales with them. This made them a prime target for bands of thieves. The book tells some hair-raising stories of the lawlessness and violence of this time!
In the afternoon we were able to visit with Mimi Miller at the historical foundation. I wanted to ask if she had any ideas about what happened to Roseland, the home ...
... a candle to the convenience store chicken in Greensburg! It seemed to be a favorite spot for large tour groups. After lunch we had a tour of the first floor of this mansion, built in 1856. The tour guide did a wonderful job showcasing the 4 rooms downstairs. The rest of the mansion is a large inn with 22 guest rooms.
This evening we returned to eat at "Roux 61" and retired early to get some ...
... about how cotton was processed- how the seeds are removed, and how the early cotton gins worked. Frogmore is still a working cotton plantation and still gins cotton for the local farms. We found out about cotton products- including that CRISCO was made with cotton seed oil. The owner and tour guide were friendly and helpful and the owner guided us to some resources for our local genealogy as well- one turned out to ...
... of Elizabeth Rose's daughter, Mary Anna, and her husband, Alex Campbell Jr. We drove and drove along graveled roads, but all entrances were blocked off. No luck in finding Roseland.
Exhausted, we headed back to Vidalia, on the edge of Concordia Parish. Here, on the banks of the Mississippi, overlooking Natchez, in Adams County Mississippi, we stayed in the Comfort Inn and Suites at Vidalia- a lovely hotel with a view of the ...