Just time for a quick spin around Alabama's capital, Montgomery. Again it was a pity we couldn't stay longer. This was the old railway station.
And another charming Catholic church, St Peter's, dating from 1834.
Leafy parks and the sun beating down on neo-classical white, columns and monuments.
The historic state capitol shimmered and dazzled in the heat.
Now here was an odd bit of history - the first White House of the Confederacy (the last was in Richmond, Virginia) temporary home to hapless Confederate President Jeff Davis and his family.
It was all very stately but someone had a sense of humour...
There was hardly a soul about but for some people visiting the Civil Rights memorial.