We went out of town for just a bit, Natchez was our destination. It has definitely got me thinking about Thanksgiving and how I will set the table. Have you decided how you will set yours?
Can you believe how pretty these mums are?! These were special with their delicate pink outline.
One of the places we stopped in was a coffee shop. They make their own sourdough bread and toast it for sandwiches. We were happy campers to find out they sold it to the public!
Do you see the maps on the wall on the right? Travelers use push pins depicting where they are from. It’s really interesting!
I said I wasn’t going to tell this on myself but a gentleman from the U.K. that was sitting close to us stood up and approached me and asked if I drove. Oh my, my mind was wondering what in the world is he about to follow up that question with. Then he asked how to handle when you come to flashing red lights. When does he go? I almost went completely blank! My directions were not clear to him for sure, having to try and understand my thick Southern accent! Anyway it felt like I really traveled to be conversing with a British man! Can you tell I’m not the sophisticated world traveler?!
Here you can see the visitors from all over that have visited this coffee shop in Natchez.
This was the smartest set up I have ever seen in a restaurant. Maybe they are in lots of restaurants but it’s for the kids that don’t want to sit at the table anymore.
We checked out a few antiques stores and I found a couple of goodies for Christmas.
We ran across a historical house or two.
I think this was Stanton Hall.
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