Sunday, May 12, 2019
Jackson and the Petrified Forest
By 0800 we were headed north. At 1000 we were stopped in traffic on route 49. The storms had caused the water to rise high enough to derail a freight train and block the highway. State troopers sent us back the way we had come.
After lunch we rolled in to Jackson, Mississippi. Looking for a place to park we noticed another Pleasure-Way, so pulled in to say hi. Enjoyed introductions and a short conversation with Ian Bays and Helen Smith by their Excel TD.
Mississippi Petrified Forest in Flora.
If you have been to any of the petrified forests in the western US, you should probably not leave the beaten path to visit this attraction.
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