Saturday was our last day in Fulton. Which is a good day for going to a Farmer’s Market. Janet and I got up early to get the good bargains and insure that we would find produce when we made the 16 mile drive to Tupelo. As you know, not many veggies are out yet but we were able to snag some lettuce, spinach, onions, and broccoli. This market also had bread, sweets, plants, herbs, pickled okra and salsa of many flavors.
As we were driving back to the rigs we spotted some tents surrounding the square in Tupelo so we had to check it out. The Gum Tree fair was going on that weekend. We had to stop to look at all the creative and wonderful art works.
This one art caught our eye. Her pictures were colorful and she used a variety of elements to create a photo. There were metal works, jewelry, pottery, bags – well you name it and it was probably there. This event was the cherry on top of our Saturday adventure into Tupelo.
We hitched up the rigs on Sunday and headed up the Trace towards Nashville. We had about 160 miles to go to finish our exploration of this wonderful historical road.
Life is excellent! God blesses.