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... wall refineries - so you really don't want the levee to break, or the US will be redeploying cart and horse for a while.
Upon seeing the first sand bar covered in trees, I immediately thought of Tom and Huck, meandering down the river, pulling up at night to sleep amongst the trees. The river isn't just the longest in the US, but Ole Miss carries ...
... today even though we hit the interstate to move us along. Every time I use the interstate I am amazed at what a fantastic road system it is. Talk about moving traffic quickly and efficiently. It is fantastic. Late this afternoon, it has turned cold and windy. Not. Problem for riding - not with heated sets and grips but hey, why push yourself when there is no need to. We pull into a place called Whitestown. Hmmm, rather politically incorrect we ...
... Falls though of course on a much, much smaller scale. Not that the falls themselves are like Niagara but rather the horseshoe shape of the falls which is similar to Niagara. So off we go tootling through the forest, crisscrossing the back roads rather than the interstate, enjoying ourselves checking out the small towns in Kentucky. Now we have been in Kentucky before however, that was when we travelled in the Eastern ...
... headed out of town on Sam's mission to collect geocaches in six states, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Alabama and Mississippi.
We got under way pretty well and worked our way through a bunch of road works in Arkansas, and got into Missouri where we got hit by a pretty nasty thunderstorm on the highway. When we rolled into Carruthersville, we realised we got the easy bit of the weather. The town was half flooded, but our ...
... worn my mud boots because the sky was black and the wind was picking up. 5 minutes later, as gates were about to open, the skies opened instead and Elisa and I opted to let everyone into the tent to get out of the storm. As quickly as it started, the black clouds moved away and we were all soaked but happy to see sunshine again.
The crowds were SO much fun today…very appreciative and supportive of the performances which is always so wonderful to hear and ...