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Pit Stops: Lexington

It must have been over thirteen years ago when I last sat foot in Lexington. At that time, I was a state employee traveling to one of our two itinerary points in the area to take unemployment claims. I didn’t think too much of the town at that time. It was what I considered a…

Pit Stops: Carrollton United Methodist Church

It’s late as I type this, so my idea likely will fail. What’s my plan? Well, it’s to post more frequently in 2017. To post more frequently I want to find various local destinations and take no more than 10-15 minutes capturing some element from it through the lens of my camera to share with you…

One Parade, Two Towns

Where can you go to one Christmas parade that serves two towns at the same time? Carrollton and North Carrollton, MS of course. Why one post office can’t serve both is beyond me. The gang and I set out to attend this parade primarily because my niece would be represented in it. I had already…

Grenada: Christmas Parade as a Spectator

Just thirty minutes away from last week’s Christmas parade, Grenada, held it’s own. It had been many years since I was near the hometown parade. I don’t recall seeing much the last time I was present. I never saw cotton candy or blow up toys being sold. This was very likely since I was in…

Greenwood: Christmas Over the Bridge

With Christmas being just a few weeks away, bands, businesses, and community organizations from across the area took to Greenwood, MS for their annual Christmas Parade. As I am currently looking out a window filled with rain and gloom, Friday afternoon’s weather was perfect for the march across the bridge. No Christmas parade is ever…

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