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... ploughed through like an expensive white car with satellite radio, so we were OK. After jetting around everywhere, it was good to stretch our legs at our own pace.
We kept going and re entered Tennessee, ending our day at Union City. Just before we got there, the car gave me a warning that one of the tyres was getting low in pressure, pretty nifty, but disconcerting. Being the conscientious driver that I am, I pulled over at a servo to ...
... its tires and took a while to get parked. After parking and because the jump was 120 miles, we didn’t get to the new lot before needing to find the Excursion, packing it up with laundry and taking off again. Emilie came with us even though she didn’t have laundry to do but wanted to get food. Fortunately, we found a Chinese buffet on the way to the laundromat!
The laundromat was on W. Tom Brown St…on the way there, we passed W. Tom WHITE ...
... the weekend with a good friend who had married a couple of months earlier and moved to join her husband and his family on their dairy farm in Sedalia, Kentucky.
We got the new transmission ordered in Union City Tennessee Friday morning, spent the weekend with our friends on their dairy farm across the border in Kentucky, and ...
... The pictures we took speak for themselves. Not much of a tourist enticement. But then farmland areas generally aren’t. Lots of crops loaded on barges and shipped down the Mississippi from this little berg. Though the old town center reminds me of rotten tooth decay, upper and outer farm acreage is meticulously pristine and manicured – wonderful to behold and to savor. The problem ...
... and handed the parking lot attendant $5 to make sure our RV was safe. She gladly took it.
So, we walked the 5 or 6 blocks to the Arch, which is very impressive. It is 630 feet high and is right on the Mississippi. The entry is underground and we had to go through a security setup much like the one we did at Perry. You take a tram up to the top…actually it’s sort of a tram train. They are 8 cars that go up ...