Let’s Go To …

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.

Corinth Mississippi is a great place for a Road Trip If you haven’t  heard of Corinth, MS, you probably aren’t planning a trip here, but this is a town you would love to visit. Corinth, Miss is an old, vibrant, progressive city. It is a place where the past and […]

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  Blue Mountain College is located in Blue Mountain MS, a town of just over 650 people. The school was founded as a women’s college in 1873 by General Mark P Lowery under the name Blue Mountain Female Institute. General Lowery was a Confederate General and a pastor and he and his […]

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We had driven past The Museum of the Mississippi Delta, formerly named Cottonlandia Museum many times without taking notice of it. All visitors to this museum enjoy how it is authentic to the area yet diverse in displays. In its displays Indian lore, agriculture, history and art flow together beautifully. […]

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Philadelphia, MS – A City with a History  This city is a great place to take a road trip. Philadelphia, MS is the County Seat of Neshoba County, MS. It is not on a main US Highway, but is easily accessible from several major roads. From I-20 at Newton, MS […]

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Greenwood is the primary city on the eastern side of the Mississippi Delta Region US Hwy 82 is a 4 lane road across north-central Mississippi. Driving west, Greenwood is the first major town. The Delta begins and finds its definition here in this robust city. To appreciate the Greenwood, MS […]

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It is amazing, what you can find to amuse your crew if you venture into the area around your prime destination. Look at the things we found to do around Pine Mountain, GA. Talk about the road less traveled … That is a good description of some roads in the […]

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You’ll be surprised by Meridian, Mississippi  General Sherman, if he were alive, would be surprised at the modern, booming city of Meridian, MS. During the Civil War in 1864, Sherman destroyed Meridian and declared: “Meridian is Dead!” To paraphrase Mark Twain:  “The report of Meridian’s death was greatly exaggerated.”    […]

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Well I wish I was in the Land of Cotton! The article heading is the opening line from a favorite Southern Song “Dixie”. I’ve lived my entire life in Mississippi where we once boasted the largest cotton crop of any state in the Union. The Mississippi River Delta provides the […]

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