Still in Sipp

We’ve been in Mississippi (The Sipp) for awhile now and I had a hankrin to write, so it’s time for you to Sit a Spell and enjoy!

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The Southern Magnolia is Sipp’s state flower and tree.  It’s nice to see them in bloom while we’re here, there so purdy.

 

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What is she doing?  I’m mimicking  playing the saxophone,  it’s the birthplace of music!

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Across the street from the Campground is a park with a path and a dog park.  We’ve been going there daily for some “larking” and exercise.  There is also a large garden where they have planted some vegetables.  “Everything that suits your fancy.”

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They have incentive signs to keep you movin and a groovin

 

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Darn Tootin’ …….Cooper is having a blast running around in the dog park

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With all the  strange and “catawampus” occurrences going on in the world

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It has been really nice to see flowers blooming all around in The Miss.

 

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Another place we’ve been going to is Vicksburg National Military Park

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It has been a great place to walk, it’s hilly, and you learn along the way

 

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Dave is mapping out our walk for today !

 

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                                Well, I declare Dave is trying to negotiate with these two gentlemen.

                          They have great food in The Miss!  “Well butter my butt and call me a biscuit.”

One of our favorite stops for food is the Gumbo Pot.

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I’ve had Po’boy, Seafood Gumbo, Okra, Jambalaya, shrimp & grits and our favorite blackened catfish and delicious bread pudding!

A few things I learned in Miss, is that:    Nabs are peanut butter  crackers,   Goobers are Peanuts, Root can mean a potato and a Slug is a burger!    As they say here “Well slap my hand and call me silly”

 

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A local business that is very unique on the outside. They must have very “Thingamajigger” that you need.   From what I read it’s nice in the inside and has local products and they even serve food that is suppose to be very good.

 

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I can’t imagine where this came from?  I think someone was upset and removed it instead of pulling weeds.

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Last but not least.  Are we suppose to be impressed!  “Funny as all get out”

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“Well I bess Hus up cause it’s time to Skedaddle”   

I hope you enjoyed my Mississippi Slang, yes they do talk different down yonder

3 thoughts on “Still in Sipp

  1. Sandy

    Clearly, you have captured the essence of what I thought ‘the sipp’ would be like. Get out of there before it really starts to grow on you though! 😉 🤣

    1. Heavens to Betsy, you ain’t just whistlin’ Dixie! Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise I’m gonna try my dangnest to stop talkin like this Lickety-Split. I won’t be standing still to long either, so it won’t be able to grow on me. haha

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