And finally a huge bathroom.
Our first stop was Square Books. It is a lovely independent book store, well known in the South.
We enjoyed dinner at City Grocery. It was the top rated restaurant in Oxford.
Here is a picture of the Courthouse...
The lights were so pretty. We took a stroll around the Square after our dinner. The Weather was perfect and there were lots of people taking a turn around the square.
Friday morning we visited Rowan Oak, the home of William Faulkner, the well known Mississippi writer.
On our drive home, I asked Marvin if we could stop in New Albany MS. I had heard of Sugarees Bakery from my sis in law and it was featured in Southern Living.
My goodfriend, Sharon, gave me a little sign that says Take The Trip, Eat the Cake Buy the Shoes. Well I took the trip and I ate the cake.
I could not wait to try this caramel cake. It was so good. Marvin got a few bites as well. The icing is the old fashioned Cooked Caramel. You don't find that very often! I highly recommend Sugarees. I wish I lived closer so I could try everything there. The ladies at the bakery suggested Tallahatchie Grill for lunch. ( I did wait until after lunch to dig into my cake) I had some of the best Tomato Basil soup there along with half a chicken salad sandwich. Marvin had the catfish and enjoyed it as well. When we are traveling we like to try the "local" places and we have found some gems by just asking the locals for recommendations.
We were home again Friday afternoon. Time to clean and put away the Christmas things before we head to Grimmwood to spend the first of the New Year. And as today is the first day of 2020, I wish you a very happy New Year.