It’s a bit out of town, but some folks have the Christmas weeks off and can fly out of town. This is my blog entry from the first day on the Natchez Trace, a 400-plus mile long National Park that winds from Nashville to Natchez, Miss. I took the drive a few years ago and had a wonderful cruise down the middle of America.
The Natchez Trace is an ancient path that is most known for being the return path for traders who sailed down the Mississippi, sold their goods in New Orleans or Natchez, then walked back home. Lots of history here. So, enjoy the first installment.
By the way, if you’d like to read the rest, just click on the “Natchez Trace” tag at the bottom of the story.
And finally, one sad update: Carol Fay, the biscuit lady, passed away last year. Wish I had talked with her.