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There is no exact formula for where we want to go. Sometime it is my special interest, and sometime it is my wife’s. We may be going to a flea market, a tour of homes, a festival or to see friends or family. Sometime, we just want to be rolling.

We seldom stay in state parks. We have nothing against them, in fact, if we are travelling with a group we prefer them, because  they are well suited for families or other large groups. We usually travel with only two, my wife and I. This was a different foray however, […]

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Please accept my apology for not writing for a while. There’s no other way to say it. I just haven’t written. It isn’t that we haven’t traveled, I simply quit writing. It would be easy to make excuses, but I won’t. I hope I can trace back a bit and […]

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If you are doing some road trip planning, this post may be just what you’re looking for. New York City, NY is one of the most exciting destinations from any point in the world. Over 50 million tourists, from all over the world,  trek to this great city every year. […]

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We took a day trip to Oxford, MS  and the cotton is ripe in the fields everywhere you look. Thought you might enjoy these pictures. It is October 2012 and its that time of year when cotton is ripened and ready to harvest. Unless you’ve seen a cotton field ripe […]

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Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. We recently attended the Prairie Arts Festival at West Point, MS. This was my first visit to this event which is held annually on the Saturday before Labor Day. The festival is held in West Point’s […]

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September is the time to decide where to see fall colors for the year. Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. The time of year to see beautiful fall colors is basically from mid-September through October. Generally speaking, after the first hard freeze, the […]

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Grenada has been a hot regional destination since Grenada Lake was built in 1954. Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. Grenada Lake is the largest lake in Mississippi. It covers 36,000 acres. If you love hunting, fishing, camping, swimming or water skiing … […]

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Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. On this short trip we discovered a beautiful, old steel and wooden bridge and visited an amateur topiary display, plus … we ate at a Catfish Buffet. You can’t tell a book by its cover, and you […]

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Oxford, MS is the most unusual town in Mississippi Greetings again friends, this is Bill Taylor writing about a road trip we enjoyed. You already know that Oxford, MS is a college town. Oxford is home to The University of Mississippi, more affectionately known as Ole Miss. Be prepared for a […]

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Columbus, MS equals History, Fun and Progress   Columbus, MS has always been a great city to visit. The diverse population creates a rare alchemy. Columbus has the usual friendly country folks who just naturally spring up in Mississippi. It is also home to an elite university which once was […]

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