Longing For Home Bed and Breakfast
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Monday, August 18, 2014 Truck 71,997 Trip 11, 988
By 8:21 a.m. we had crossed the line into Arkansas on route 40. The gently rolling hills and rich pastures took us past well-manicured homes and stately farms. There were several large churches in each town we came to. By 2 p.m. we'd left Arkansas and hit Memphis, which I saw briefly as we blew through. In Adamsville I spotted the first Piggly Wiggly of ...
... motions and specific call outs. If we're in a line, the last person is pretty consistently checking over their shoulder for cars; if a car is coming, they yell "car back." If a car is coming from the front, the first person in line yells "car up." We point to the road and yell out things like "pothole, gravel, grate." My bike's name is Peety. The fastest I've gone on my bike this trip is 40.2mph. Chalking- I may have already talked about this before, but in case I ...
... bottling machines. Lunch was followed by a delicious ice blended coffee before making the final trek into Pulaski with Alicia. We were greeted by community members who took our bikes, cleaned and tuned them for us and led us to a delicious array of snacks including vegetables, turkey wraps, and hummus-things we appreciate when we have been having a lot of the same things lately! The hosts in ...
... Tears in 1839. It took five long years, but she managed to leave Oklahoma and return by foot to her beloved land in Alabama.
We then rejoined the party at the Hasting house for a cookout of hot dogs and beer. It was a delightful end to a great reunion.
Shortly we will be leaving Florence and continuing our journey heading towards Mississippi.
... the 80s (20s C). We arrived with our sunburned faces late Thursday afternoon and were greeted in the parking lot by friends of Jayne.
We intended to head to New Orleans first, but we're invited to the Class of '63 ZBTHS mini-Southern-reunion. We will be here for the next three days visiting with former class mates.
The event starts this noon with lunch. We will keep you posted. ...