Thursday, December 1, 2016

Natchez Mississippi
A few weeks ago we made a trip to Natchez Mississippi. This historic town was big with the cotton trade. It is right on the Mississippi River and is full of antebellum homes. It was seriously the most charming town I have ever seen. Every street we turned down had the most beautiful homes and quant streets. We spent the whole day walking around and exploring the town. We did one tour of a home that was never finished. The girls actually had a really fun time even though it wasn't full of very exciting things for them to do. I loved it. I really want to go back in the spring. I only got a few pictures. We went on a hunt for this old church that had been a part of  a plantation. The plantation burned down in the civil war and now there is this old church in the middle of nowhere. It was pretty tricky to find and  it gave me the serious creeps, but it was still really cool to see. If you ever come down to Mississippi, Natchez should be on your bucket list.

The visitors center

The girls were so good during the tour. It was not easy to be quiet and still for that long. As soon as they had the green light to run and play, they took full advantage!

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