We made our way to Mississippi after Tennessee booking our one night stay in Jackson the night before the incident. Michael took me to a Steak ‘n Shake for the first time where we had some burgers, fries, and shakes once we crossed the Mississippi border, because we were starving! It was about 3pm in the afternoon, and we were happy to eat some protein!

Due to unforeseen events we arrived to Jackson just after 8pm on Wednesday, 10/29. It sure was a long day! We checked into the hotel.  We thought it was peculiar there was no one at the front desk. I guess she was shopping at Walmart, so it took longer than anticipated.

The first thing we wanted to do was to go to Applebee’s when we got there. It was hump day there, so most of the burgers were $5.99. Burgers and beer while we watched Game 7 of the World Series.  We pretty much ate burgers in this state. It was a pretty early night when we turned in. The next morning we found a magnet, did our cache and left.


We were really eager to get to New Orleans to take part in Halloween festivities, so here’s the MS sum-up: burgers, burgers, sleep, magnet, cache, and dash.

One thought on “Mississippi

  1. Avis Hallam November 2, 2014 / 2:49 pm

    I don’t know if it’s still there — I think it is – but years ago I went to Pitty Pat’s Porch for lunch and dinner. I remember it well because that’s where I had crawfish dip, and it was yummy!

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