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Mississippi River Trip Day 14..New Orleans

sunny 78 °F

Well sad to say the road trip has come to end. :( We will be flying out in the morning. However, we finished out our trip in grand fashion. We absolutely all agree that New Orleans was the highlight of our trip and that we will be back here just take a vacation in this beautiful city one day. The architecture alone is awe inspiring. The atmosphere is so down to earth. It was a great trip and a great day today.

We started our day today at 8:30am. We were picked up today by Tours By Isabelle. We took a 4hr tour of downtown New Orleans which is the French Quarter area that everyone knows well. Canal street is the main street here in downtown and Bourbon street is the center of the French Quarter. We learned today that Louisiana does not allow gambling, but they have Casino's, including Harrah's here in the city. They renamed gambling to gaming, so it's legal. The driver quipped, "That's Louisiana politics". We also learned that New Orleans is called the Crescent City because the river is in a crescent shape around part of it.

After the tour of downtown, we started to go to the other areas of the city outside of downtown where all the hurricane and flood damage from Katrina happened 6 years ago. The downtown area was not hit that bad, but the rest of New Orleans was. 80 % of the city was under water for 3 weeks. Some places by as much as 10 feet.

The city of New Orleans is still missing 35% of it's Pre-Katrina population. For two years the street cars did not run. The strongest part of the hurricane only lasted about 1hr. The people here thought they were all set. About 2 hours later the levees started to break and you know the rest. The driver was one of the people that evacuated and lost his home. He said he had to live in a FEMA trailer for a few years. He said that it was so eerie because 24hrs before the storm it was a completely sunny day with no wind and no indication of what was to come. The city tried to evacuate people for days, but he said most people, about 80% of the population evacuated in the last 24hrs. The city offered no public transportation to evacuate, so many of the poorest residents couldn't get out. That lead to the lower ninth ward having over 800 of the 1,500 casualties related to Katrina. The driver also told us that many of the 22 pumps in the city were below water so they could not pump out the water. It took a long time to do search and rescue as well, because the Louisiana National Guard was in Iraq. They had to call in the National Guard from many other states. Even the SPCA helped with the search and rescue.

If you can remember from the TV coverage, there were X's on the houses with numbers above, below or on the side. We found out that on the top of the X was the date the house was searched. The left was the National Guard unit that searched the residence and the bottom was how many dead in the house. It was very sad to see the houses obviously, but one thing that really stuck out was how many houses had holes in their roof. The holes on these houses were, where people broke through from the attic to get on their roof because the water had come up so high, so quickly.. I don't think I did a good job capturing this in the pictures as were driving around in a van so I did not get too many optimal shots. However, you can see on one or two of the pictures the water marks on the houses. In addition there was a memorial erected in the city with blue poles that show the highest watermark at the height of the flooding.

The good news is the the City is coming back. Brad Pitt is involved in building houses down here and has funded through his charity 75 houses so far. In order to get one of these houses, you had to own a house for five years before Katrina. In addition Harry Connick Jr. and Branford Marsalis have teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to build houses for local musicians who lost their houses. You can see both of these types of houses interspersed in the neighborhoods right now that still have abandoned and boarded up houses.

After the tour, we took the Charles Trolley out to Lafayette Cemetery #1. The cemetery is very old from the mid 1800's and is in disrepair. As you know down here in New Orleans, they are below sea level so they can't bury the dead. The bodies will eventually come out of the ground, so they need to bury them above ground. You can see some good pictures here and they represent what most of the cemetery's down here look like.

After the cemetery we went to Johnny's PO-Boys and got ourselves some huge sandwiches, more than we could eat. We actually took some food with us and gave it to a homeless man across the street. Food was great and it was cool to finally have a PO-Boy as I have always heard about them.

We spent the afternoon shopping and taking pictures. We enjoyed a Caffe Au Lait and some Beignets at Cafe du Monde. The coffee was too die for, not kidding. While we were there a jazz band set up quickly on the sidewalk in front of the place and started playing. We had planned to only be there for 15 minutes but our stay was extended. We ended up sitting there for more than an hour enjoying the music. At around 6pm we came back to the hotel so Mia could swim in the pool outside on the 5th floor. It was very windy at the pool and the water was cold. We were the only ones out there and Mia was not happy that we did not swim with her.

We came back to the room, got ready and went out to dinner at a nice Cajun Restaurant named Mulate's. We had some grilled alligator for an appetizer, that Mia ate most of. She said, "I don't like this, I love it". We were shocked! We had some catfish and jambalaya for dinner and listened to a cajun band for a while.

It was a great trip!! Thank you for following along on our family's journey. Hope the commentary and pictures kept you entertained and helped you learn something new!

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Posted by mrcatphish 21:22 Archived in USA Comments (0)

Mississippi River Trip Day 13..Vicksburg, MS to New Orleans

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We finally could travel again as Tropical Storm Lee had passed to the north. We left Vicksburg and drove south towards New Orleans at around 10am. Our first stop was in Port Gibson, MS to see the First Presbyterian Church. It has a unique feature. There is not a cross on the top of the steeple. There is a hand with a finger pointing upward! The church was built in 1859 and the original hand on the top of the steeple was carved wood. The chandeliers inside the church are from the Robert E. Lee a late 1800's race boat. We saw a lot of tree limbs down outside the church and throughout the area. I believe this was due to Tropical Storm Lee.

Next we decided to take the Natchez Trace Parkway instead of Route 61 for a while. It is a more scenic route and was once a path for traders to take as they went back up north. The traders came down here on the Mississippi on flat boats to trade furs and other material. They could not bring these boats back north because of the currents. They had to walk back up north.

We decided to stop at Mount Locust. Mount Locust is one of the oldest buildings in the state of Mississippi. It was built in 1780 and served as a plantation and an Inn. When we arrived they told us they had lost power from the storm. Since it was day time, we didn't need lights to tour the house. It was a great place and the gentlemen at the house gave us some great history during our 1/2hr stay. One of the families that owned the plantation had 11 children. 10 boys and 1 girl. The 10 boys had to sleep in one room while the girl got her own room. The boys had a fireplace and the girl did not. However, she had a featherbed while the boys beds were filled with corn husks.

We ended up leaving Mount Locust and then stopped at the Emerald Mound soon after. The Emerald Mound is the second largest mound in the United States. The largest is in Illinois. This mound was started around 1250 according to historians. It was used as a Native American Ceremonial Center. We were able to get great pictures here. Very cool place.

We finally made it to Louisiana after leaving the Mound. We were so excited and we were looking forward to seeing some Plantations. Unfortunately the first two we stopped at were closed and had the gate up blocking the road. We were able to get some nice pictures at the front gate of one of them. We finally were able to get to a nice plantation named Rosedown in St. Francisville. The house was built in 1835 and has beautiful gardens. The trees were very old elegant oaks with spanish moss hanging off of them. We were able to tour the gardens and see the house and outbuldings. We also got to sit on the front porch of the house in rockers and look out over the property. This was so peaceful and I was thinking sitting there, "now this is living!"

After our tour of Rosedown, we made a quick trip to LSU in Baton Rogue. We were going right through that area anyway and I wanted to see the football stadium. We were able to get a few good pictures and we got to see the LSU Tiger there. He was sleeping when we were there. After LSU, we decided to try and get to New Orleans as fast as we could. We arrived around 6:30pm to the Marriott downtown on the corner of the French Quarter. We were able to go out to a very nice dinner at a Creole Restaurant and then walked to Jackson Square where we took a carriage ride for about an hour throughout the French Quarter. It was a nice end to a long day..

Tomorrow we will be taking a Katrina Tour in the morning.

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Posted by mrcatphish 22:18 Archived in USA Comments (0)

Mississippi River Trip Day 12...Vicksburg, MS

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Yep, stuck in Vicksburg a second day. Damn Tropical Storm Lee. After much contemplating last night and discussions with Amy coupled with the weather reports on tv this morning, we decided we had to stay or we would be driving into the storm to get to Baton Rogue. However, this was a mixed blessing as we were able to sleep in this morning and have a late breakfast. It was relaxing after being on the run for so many days.

We decided to go to the Vicksburg National Military Park today. We spent about three hours there today driving around the 16 miles that constitutes the park. That 16 miles covers 2/3 of the complete area that the battle was fought. We lucked out as the rain held out for most of the time, although it was very dark.

The Battle for Vicksburg lasted for 47 days, culminating with the defeat and surrender of the confederate army on July 4th of 1863. The battle was fought to gain control of the Confederate supply line which was the Mississippi River. If the Union Army could do that, they would split the Confederate in two. Vicksburg was nearly impenetrable as it sat atop high bluffs over the river. Abraham Lincoln believed if he could take Vicksburg it would be the key to the war. It was costly to the Union Army in terms of lives lost over 4,000. There are a total of 17,000 Union Soldiers buried here as it was turned into a National Cemetery in 1866. It is the largest Civil War Cemetery in the country. You can find much more history on the The Battle of Vicksburg here.

That was pretty much it today. The weather turned for the worse and we decided to eat an early dinner and go back to the hotel. Tomorrow we have decided to bypass Baton Rogue and head straight to New Orleans.

Vicksburg National Military Park Welcome

Vicksburg National Military Park Welcome

Michigan Monument

Michigan Monument

Vicksburg Cannon Battery

Vicksburg Cannon Battery

Vicksburg Cannon 4

Vicksburg Cannon 4

Major General John A. Logan

Major General John A. Logan

Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Amy and Mia on steps of Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Amy and Mia on steps of Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Roof of Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Roof of Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Floor of Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Floor of Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Illinois Seal inside the Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Illinois Seal inside the Illinois Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Inside of Illinois Monument

Inside of Illinois Monument

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Wisconsin Monument

Part of Wisconsin Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Part of Wisconsin Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Part of Wisconsin Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Part of Wisconsin Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Vicksburg Battlefield Cannon

Vicksburg Battlefield Cannon

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Vicksburg Battlefield 1

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Rhode Island Regiment Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Rhode Island Regiment Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Massachusetts War Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

Massachusetts War Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

NH Regiment War Moment at Vicksburg National Military Park

NH Regiment War Moment at Vicksburg National Military Park

Major General Ulysses S Grant

Major General Ulysses S Grant

African American Commemoration Plaque for Mississippi 1st and 34th Infantry

African American Commemoration Plaque for Mississippi 1st and 34th Infantry

Thos Selfridge Lieutenant Commander US Navy 1863

Thos Selfridge Lieutenant Commander US Navy 1863

Mia with Vicksburg Cannon

Mia with Vicksburg Cannon

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17,000 Union Graves at Vicksburg National Military Park 2

17,000 Union Graves at Vicksburg National Military Park 2

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17,000 Union Graves at Vicksburg National Military Park

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Mississippi River at Vicksburg National Military Park

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Missouri War Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

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Texas War Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

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Alabama War Monument at Vicksburg National Military Park

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Posted by mrcatphish 20:26 Archived in USA Comments (0)

Mississippi River Trip Day 11...Memphis, TN to Vicksburg, MS

overcast 79 °F

Today we learned that the delta is all about 3 things... Cotton, which is King, Blues & BBQ. You could even throw in catfish and melons as a fourth and fifth. There big down here too.

There is 250 miles of cotton fields. Driving through you start to get the sense of how hard it was to be a slave or sharecropper working in these fields. We learned at the blues museum that blues started from call and response from workers in the field. According to what we learned at the Blues Museum, once the workers got to back to their living quarters they would be left alone and they expanded on this simple call & response and that was the birth of the blues. We also found out from the ladies that run the Mississippi Welcome Center in Tunica, MS that the cotton harvest starts in October. The further south we got, the more we saw the cotton plants blooming.

There are too many blues artist to name that came from the delta, but a few names you will know are B.B. King, Ike Turner, Johnny Lee Hooker, Robert Johnson, James Cotton, Son House, Howlin' Wolf, Pinetop Perkins, Muddy Waters, and Sonny Boy Williamson. We were able to see Muddy Waters one room house at the blues museum. There were 6-8in gaps in the beams letting light, air and anything else come in to the house. Imagine living in a house like that in the delta with all those bugs? Unfortunately we could not take pictures at the blues museum so we were not able to capture the great exhibits inside. Among the many things we learned is how great of a dresser Muddy Waters was. He was always dressed in a suit.

I had always glamorized the Delta in my head because I am a huge blues fan. After driving through, it is not so glamorous to me anymore. People live a very hard life here. There is nothing out here but the cotton crops. This is a very poor area and there are signs of it everywhere. There are run down small towns, with mobile homes on blocks, run down houses that look like shacks etc.. One thing we noticed though, is that people tend to stick together in large groups. We noticed this whether we stopped at a store, restaurant or just driving by some of the houses. I believe people in this area really try to stick together as family unlike you see in other parts of the country.

We stopped in Clarksdale Mississippi which bills itself as the Birthplace of the Blues. This is where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil at the crossroads to play guitar. The town was very historic with numerous plaques around town depicting famous spots or moments in blues history. Besides the Blues Museum we were able to visit the Cat Head Delta Blues and Folk Art Store. There was a great selection of blues artwork by local artists as well as CD's, DVD's clothing and other odds and ends. We then went to lunch at Hick's Tamale & BBQ Shop. The tamales where to die for. Tamales are a local food down in these parts. They are a little different than Mexican Tamale's. They have some unique spices and are so good and inexpensive.

Once we left Clarksdale we decided to try and get to Vicksburg as soon as we could. We didn't want a late night. The drive is 250 miles if you take the main highways. We took the river road at first and made stops. After Clarksdale we got on Highway 61 to get here faster. We finally arrived at 5:30 and were psyched to have the whole evening still in front of us. Mia was really happy to hit the pool.

We might be off to Baton Rogue tomorrow. The storm in the gulf is still pretty bad and we are starting to get the rain and wind here. There are tornado warnings on the east side of the state. We asked the hotel desk clerk if they have tornado plans and if so where is the best place to go in the hotel. She had no idea. She had to text somebody. That worried me a little!

Welcome to Mississippi

Welcome to Mississippi

Moon Lake Tree 3

Moon Lake Tree 3

Moon Lake Tree 2

Moon Lake Tree 2

Moon Lake Dock

Moon Lake Dock

Trees at Moon Lake, MS

Trees at Moon Lake, MS

Cotton Plant

Cotton Plant

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Cotton 2

W C Handy Home Site

W C Handy Home Site

Blues Club, Barber and Restaurant

Blues Club, Barber and Restaurant

Sam Cooke Sign outside of New Roxy

Sam Cooke Sign outside of New Roxy

New Roxy Blues Joint... Open for special events.  Started being renovated in 2008 after sitting vacant since 1980's

New Roxy Blues Joint... Open for special events. Started being renovated in 2008 after sitting vacant since 1980's

Smokers on side street in Clarksdale

Smokers on side street in Clarksdale

Ike Turner Clarksdale Plaque... Where Ike Started

Ike Turner Clarksdale Plaque... Where Ike Started

Delta Blues Museum Outside Stage

Delta Blues Museum Outside Stage

Ike Turner Plaque on Walkway to Delta Blues Museum

Ike Turner Plaque on Walkway to Delta Blues Museum

Delta Blues Museum

Delta Blues Museum

Bride of Chucky on back of Harley at Clarksdale Blues Museum

Bride of Chucky on back of Harley at Clarksdale Blues Museum

A BBQ Joint in Clarksdale... These are throughout the area

A BBQ Joint in Clarksdale... These are throughout the area

WROX Radio Building

WROX Radio Building

WROX Radio

WROX Radio

Hicks Drive Through in Clarksdale

Hicks Drive Through in Clarksdale

More Cotton Fields

More Cotton Fields

More Cotton Fields.  Harvest time is in October

More Cotton Fields. Harvest time is in October

Delta Cotton Fields

Delta Cotton Fields

Historic Route 61 South

Historic Route 61 South

Great Road Mississippi River Road Sign

Great Road Mississippi River Road Sign

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Darrin at the end of a long day's drive from Memphis

Darrin at the end of a long day's drive from Memphis

Amy after a long day's ride from Memphis

Amy after a long day's ride from Memphis

Mia tasting a lemon at the end of a long day's drive from Memphis

Mia tasting a lemon at the end of a long day's drive from Memphis

Posted by mrcatphish 19:42 Archived in USA Tagged clarksdale delta_blues_museum cat_head_delta_blues Comments (0)

Mississippi River Trip Day 10....Memphis, TN

semi-overcast 98 °F

What a relief today to wake up and know they we were staying a second night in Memphis. We woke up early today to get to Graceland by 9am for our tour. It was already 89 degrees at 9am. Graceland was awesome, we got learned and saw a lot about Elvis. More than I thought I would ever know about him. Elvis loved his cars and toys. He had a snowmobiles, golf carts, etc... He also bought some really nice cars and used to give some away to friends and family. He had two planes. Most of the time the large plane was used for his touring, but sometimes the large plane was used on a whim. Once, he realized his daughter had never seen snow so they flew to Colorado, played for an hour and then flew back to Memphis. Also learned that Elvis had a twin brother.

We spent about 2 hours at Graceland and then made our way down to Beale Street to catch a 3hr tour of Memphis on the Backstreet Bus Tour. We had Gary Hardy, a lifelong Memphis Musician and former owner of Sun Records, tell us history and also sing many of the famous songs from Sun Records Artist to us. This was probably the highlight of our trip for myself. Mia took the opportunity to catch a nap and Amy seemed to enjoy herself. I was able to buy a 32oz. Fat Tire Beer for the ride. That was a plus...

We finished the tour around 3pm. It started pouring at around 2:45pm. Some of the hardest rain I have ever seen. We had to get out at 3pm in it. However, that gave us a great opportunity to grab a late lunch. We went to the Blue's City Cafe on Beale and had the most amazing fried catfish and ribs. It's funny because just being around this area, the smell of BBQ is intoxicating, but in a good way..

We spent the rest of the afternoon at the pool at our hotel. It is an outdoor pool on the 9th floor that gives you a great view over the river and two beautiful bridges. Mia was very happy to be doing something she wanted to do. It's funny, it seems each day for her, it's all about getting to the hotel to get in the pool. Her interest varies on other activities, but down the road she will really remember some of these things. That's the hope anyway.

We finished off the night having dinner at Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken. It was so delicious!! Pretty spicy as well. We had beans and slaw as sides and each had about 2-3 cups of sweet tea, one of my favorites!!

Tomorrow it's off to Vicksburg, MS. We are very concerned about Tropical Storm Lee. We are hoping that we don't hit too much rain or wind tomorrow during our drive.

Bridge Over Mississippi in Memphis

Bridge Over Mississippi in Memphis

9th Floor Roof Pool at Comfort Inn

9th Floor Roof Pool at Comfort Inn

River Bridge over Mississippi River

River Bridge over Mississippi River

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Posted by mrcatphish 21:23 Archived in USA Tagged memphis beale_street blue's_city_cafe backbeat_bus_tour Comments (0)

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