Make Fulton Your Next Mississippi Staycation


by Rebecca Turner, Our Mississippi Home

The City of , established in 1837, is named for Robert Fulton, the inventor. Located in the northeastern part of Mississippi, Fulton is smack-dab between Birmingham and Memphis on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. Fulton boasts a modest population of nearly 4,000 but entertains bypassers and visitors stopping to take advantage of the waterway sports such as boating, skiing,…

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5 Great Restaurants in Natchez, MS – Wherever I May Roam


Our visit to Natchez introduced me to this particular Mississippi city that I hadn’t been to. Lining the banks of the Mississippi River and a cruise port stop for the gorgeous and stately paddlewheel steamboats, Natchez is a quintessential southern city that you shouldn’t miss. In addition to the antebellum mansions and National Historical Park that it’s known for, the food scene is…

by Melody Pittman, Wherever I May Roam

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