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Saturday August 9, 2014 Travel Day The day started off sunny and hot, but soon turned overcast as we headed south on US 65. Crossing Into Arkansas we continued south on US 65 and I-40 East into Little Rock. We did not stop but continued straight through the city on I-30 and then I-530 south to Pine Bluff. Partway down I-30 we ran into a rain storm so strong ...
... first. Well not sure if it's a glorified garage sale or supposed to be serious! Lots of junk lol
The museum we did go into was about the lower Mississippi and how it has changed over the years. Very interesting. Interactive displays for all to push and learn from.
Next museum just down the road was dedicated to the siege of Vicksburg. We were shown an informative 30 min film about what occurred in those days before the Southern ...
... mile on to a very
picturesque, if gross lake. We hung out in the shade, just relaxing
after our first day on the trail.
Tonight we are just relaxing, having
dinner and going to sleep. We plan on having rice with Creole
Jambalaya seasoning mix, carrots, pinto beans, and at Seb's request,
baby corn. I don't think the food is ever going to be dull.
So far our goals for the trip are as
Seb: Be able to consecutively hit ...
... which was 25 min. away. That was not bad so we would not have to get the truck and RV towed which is a pain in the rear. The funny part of the ordeal was our dog – the grass on the side of the highway was high and wet so she would refuse to move and walk through it. The bad part about this was I took no pictures to record all this fun but at the time I was not thinking about that. Back on the road we drove back to Georgia to Allen’s Automotive. ...
... Corinne & I were the last to get our meals at about 20 minutes before we were supposed to get back on the bus. We gobbled the food and headed back to the bus without any sightseeing. The restaurant we ate in was in the original National Biscuit Company (NABISCO) building.
Our last stop was the Vicksburg Battlefield Museum. This museum has a Diorama of the Battle of Vicksburg. They also had numerous models of all kinds ...