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Beale Street, Memphis, TN. Day 4 of our 2014 trip. Visited the Hard Rock Cafe in the background and the Gibson Guitar studio around the corner.

Someone loosened up the local sign ordinance to allow this neon. Neon on Beale St,Memphis TN.

Drive the Mississippi backroads between Natchez and Vicksburg to discover ancient ruins, explore a ghost town, and eat the world's best fried chicken.

Drive the Mississippi backroads between Natchez and Vicksburg to discover ancient ruins, explore a ghost town, and eat the world& best fried chicken.

Drive the Mississippi backroads between Natchez and Vicksburg to discover ancient ruins, explore a ghost town, and eat the world's best fried chicken.

Drive the Mississippi backroads between Natchez and Vicksburg to discover ancient ruins, explore a ghost town, and eat the world& best fried chicken.

Natchez, MS...The Donut shop has been featured in countless publications including Food Network® and Southern Living® Magazine for it's sugary sensations. They're so good, Alton Brown has talked about them on "Feasting on Asphalt," and they have gotten attention from The New York Times®.

The Donut shop has been featured in countless publications including Food Network® and Southern Living® Magazine for it's sugary sensations.

Mammy's Cupboard restaurant in Natchez, Mississippi; originally built as a gas station in 1940.

Mammy's Cupboard restaurant in Natchez, Mississippi; originally built as a gas station in Not in Louisiana, but just across the Mighty Mississippi!

The private chapel was constructed in 1839 on the Laurel Hill plantation. At the time, the plantation was owned by Newton Mercer.

Natchez- The private chapel was constructed in 1839 on the Laurel Hill plantation. At the time, the plantation was owned by Newton Mercer.

Acadian Village, Lafayette, Louisiana. This is a historical site, nothing touched and nothing reconstructed. Usually for Christmas every year they do a beautiful light display throughout the entire village and you walk through, buy food & drink, dance to Cajun music and eat old fashioned popcorn. photo by Hallock35, via Flickr

My first pastorate was in Lake Charles, Louisiana, right in the middle of Cajun Country. In 1974 the Cajuns were known as unusual people who lived in.