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Travel Blogs from Heber Springs
... be in the 100-500 acre size so you are self sufficient.
If you work in a city or close by it is so easy to buy land which on the face of it is in the middle of nowhere but in fact is 15 minutes from an interstate and therefore work.
The old railway stop towns are no more and with the massive farms there is no need for people to be close to the land.
When these places become redundant they just fall in to disrepair. it does feel much more short term. ...
Left Memphis this morning, heading to Searcy yet again.
Had the best time ever in Memphis. Took a shot of the Heartbreak Hotel on our way out from the RV Park.
Will put some more Beale Street photos on this entry.
When we arrived back in Searcy, we noticed the old motorhome wasn't out in the selling yard.
Could it be true, has it sold!! Yay, it has! ...
... of storms and rain all day Tuesday. Ed had a night out at Jacksonville with Ricky, Reggie and Roland (great guys) from the dealership. Reggie is from the deep south, and such a character. Ed would like to record him to share with you all when we get home to Oz. Just his laugh alone cracks us up.
Had Dish TV installed on Wednesday. Yay, finally have lots of channels.
Wendy had hairdo on ...
... at Mullen's Country Store. What a treat. The owners have it set up like a general store in the 1800's with a little bit of everything including a rocking chair and a pot belly stove. In the back was a seating area and stage where they have live music most evenings and some come from Nashville and other parts of the country to play and sing folk music. Living in the city areas like most of us do, I don't know if we are aware of this folk music history. I sure wasn't. ...
... directions they handed out to everyone.
This jump also introduced me intimately to Idris' 2nd gear....I've been driving for 16 years and have never used 1st or 2nd gear before. I had no idea how wonderfully helpful they can be. On our printed directions to the next show, they indicated that there would be a steep downgrade at one point and to be prepared for it. This warning gave me an instant stomach ache and caused me slight panic attacks any time I thought of it during ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking