So, what are Dad and Alice up to while I’m plodding along on the Natchez Trace? Besides eating fried chicken and not bringing me any?

(Okay. That isn’t fair. At the end of Day Two, they took me back to the Old Country Store Restaurant in Lorman, Mississippi. After I cleaned my plate, Mr D even sang Sugar Pie Honey Bunch to me.)

Here’s a photographic documentary of their adventures. Note the number of times Dad is running his mouth to a crowd of unwitting people.

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Heading in to get some Heavenly Fried Chicken.

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Looking for more junk Roy doesn’t need.

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Talking wood with strangers.

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Alice finally got to see some architecture at Longwood Plantation in Natchez, Mississippi.

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The Rotunda. Made of wood, as Roy helpfully pointed out.

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Regaling more strangers with jokes.

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And, FINALLY, Roy got around to selling my book. WHICH IS THE WHOLE REASON HE IS HERE.

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