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Driving Natchez Trace in winter ( corrected post)

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I am in Nashville and have a few days to spare before going to New Orleans. I would like to drive down the Natchez Trace, but wonder if I'd truly appeciate it at this time of year. Also I love driving through, and visiting small towns. SO I have two questions.

1. If I drive the Natchez Trace where are good places to get off the Trace to visit small towns ?

2. What other route could I take that might be more interesting at this time of year?

I am in no hurry and so don't mind going out our my way. I'm travelling with my small dog, so touring inside the Mansions or staying at any of them is probably out of the question,

I'd appreciate any advice.

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