Red Barn Inn
Travel Blogs from Oran
... the hostess and asked how long the wait was (remember this is at 2pm when it should not be busy), TWO HOURS. yes TWO HOURS.
Well we really wanted to go to Memphis and do things there so we had to let this one go for a future trip. But if you get to that area of the country you should stop in.
I did not want to wait for two hours to eat. I wanted to get to Tennessee.
Almost 600 miles further South tonight. We stopped about 45 min after a light rain started to cover the highway and freezing rain it is; but we're now inside and ready for another well deserved beer. Hopefully, tomorrow will bring us dry roads like we had most of ...
... pleasure boat.
No locks and dams on the stretch, so the deck crew (Pat) got a day
off. I did get some driving instructions
from John. It’s a good idea to have some
practice at the helm and just get a rhythm of driving, reading charts, watching
for debris, looking for buoys and other traffic. On second thought, I’ll leave the driving to
It was good to get to the Ohio on Saturday just ...
... and rain, poor visibility, dodging large hazardous debris, increased commercial traffic coming from all directions, wingdams, weirdams, and even charts that for the MS River don’t show the placement of the nuns and cans (buoys the indicate the navigable channel), Tom commented that he felt like he had jumped to Level 10 of some kind of maniacal video game. He managed the helm calm and collected and even enjoyed it. I helped with navigation (wing dam, wing ...
... follow her and started to cross the road to the convenience store. When we explored the hotel property, we found a murky pool with a frog in it and a "nightclub" and restaurant that seemed abandoned. I would've complained about stuff, but I felt sorry for the family. After leaving this wretched place, we continued to Memphis, ...