Re: Natchez Trace
I just rode the Trace a couple of weeks ago on my east coast trip and really enjoyed it. We stopped at several of the historical sites, but especially liked visiting Grinder's Station, which is where Meriwether Lewis died mysteriously and is buried. The site called French Camp was interesting also, lots of historical buildings. It's not a particularly twisty road, but it is shady and a bit cooler than the surrounding area, and we found a little speed enforcement here and there, but the limit is 50 and we kept a steady 60 with no problems. Look for the recent tornado damage north of Jackson, amazing to see such destruction. There was very little traffic to deal with, and no trucks allowed, which made it a pleasant ride.
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