Super 8 Vicksburg MS
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As we said yesterday, we needed to get in and get out quickly of Crater of Diamonds State Park so we could get to Mississippi in time to meet up with Bobby for dinner.
So, up at 5.30, dressed and ready for breakfast by six - eek, this is supposed to be a lovely relaxing holiday. Is this for real? No wait, are we doing the right thing?
Charlie. "Jude, after scratchin' yesterday in the dirt, do you feel you could be happy with just ...
My body sure protests with humidity which it has been up till yesterday. Today it's raining on and off. It's a nuisance getting older hmm
So this morning was just used for catching up on things. Paul likes to read news on the puter, so I found that the hotel had one just calling out for me to use it!
Then after a bite to eat for lunch, we took a ride into the township. There are a number of museums, so we parked by one and had a look through this ...
... also he said often there are logs and other debris continually on the move. It must be a fearsome sight in flood. We watched very long flat barges travelling up and down - they carry products like coal. Every night we try and find somewhere interesting to eat and in Natchez we were really lucky. We just wanted something fresh and simple, not easy in this part of the country of BBQ and fried food. King's Tavern gave us just that, and in the ...
... were from the early-mid 1850s. This had at one time been a thriving Jewish community; now its weekly attendance is about 6-8 senior-age couples. We were welcomed warmly as we entered the sanctuary, and afterwards we joined the others for their regular Friday night dinner out.
Today, Saturday, 3/29, we are at the RV park at Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, for one night. Tomorrow, we will continue our trip on our way to Savannah GA.
... items found with the ship. That was fascinating! Toothbrush holders, boots and shoe polish, a sailors scarf still knotted, very mundane things that we would use today only these were over 150 years old.
We picked up some dry rub barbecue and went back to the trailer. I looked up the Duck Dynasty store in Monroe, Louisiana and Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. Hugh and kids went swimming and did ...