Chop Suey

Chop Suey

Edward Galloway Galloway 1.
Mr. Dawkins
English 103
March 8, 2013

Most people are not aware of south Mississippi or ever even roamed the beaches. There aren't many stifling burning up hot 90-100 degree days down there. They are more in the 75-83 degree days, which are full of fun and excitement. Days aren't broad and gloomy, the electrifying climate and atmosphere is far more tropical and moist. I'd say southern wildlife is also very interesting and extraordinary too. South Mississippians are not rude people either. They are quite polite well mannered.

When you visit south Mississippi, the first thing you will notice is the beautiful weather. Whether visiting in the summer or winter, you will notice the difference from anywhere else. Our summer weather is perfect. It's not too hot too get a tan or a sweat on but not too cool to visit our beautiful beaches. Our winters aren't bad either. While some places are digging themselves out of snow, we get to enjoy the cool breeze and brisk mornings. A little cool fog on the windows meant time for burning wood too keep warm and time for hunting. Our fall and spring time are just gorgeous. The fall weather gets a little cool breeze but stays nice and warm by the afternoons and our spring weather does the same. Southern Mississippi's weather and climate alone is a reason to come down and visit. It's like no other and very unforgettable.

Galloway 2.

Now, the weather alone is enough to make you fall in love with south Mississippi but don't get me wrong that's not the only reason. The wildlife and the outdoors will bring you back. From the roaming deer in the Deep South woods to the beautiful historical birds flying above your head, Mississippi wildlife is a true testament of God's creation. Many people look forward to hunting and fishing season around there. The woods are filled with beautiful deer ranging from .1 to .9...