Quality Inn Jackson
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Nice room, has flat screen tv and king size bed...been here before so I must have liked it
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... and always an adventure. We had a delicious home cooked meal from some kindly local people. We chatted with them over dinner tonight and they're all so sweet and nice. Plus I had the best chocolate chip cookies I've ever had today. After dinner, Taylor and Mitchell gave their affordable housing presentation. It was actually really very interesting. They talked about how affordable living can affect healthcare and ...
... No herding cats. No arguments yet. Cheerful
experts on everything. No job goes undone if some notices it. Things
might change in the next few days, but this group of guys is about the best a
grumpy old guy like me could ask for.
Now of course I have to do or say something manly to shake
this kind of girly thinking off…
... missed some major items that will bite us. Ride up was great, with good temps (90's) and very good roads. Came up MS 302 to US 72 to MS 7/ TN 18 and then to TN 100 and over yo 22A and 22 to PCRV Park. Managed to pick up a BBQ Joint for the Smoke Chasing Grand Tour at Jacks Creek ( HOO-HAH). Plan tomorrow is to head as due North as possible in order to get to Duluth by Thursday PM and the Aerostich ...
Vacation is over, we are heading home. I don't know what to say, but we drove from South Dakota, saw Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee. Maybe more or less. We stayed the night in Jackson, Tennessee, or nearby anyway. We found a cheap hotel because the rain has started. They are having flooding problems from Tenn to Ga.
Other than that, not a whole lot to speak ...
"Whoops a daisy. Dash it all. Blast. Oh dear. Well blow me down with a feather."
That is a printable translation of some of the utterances that were issuing at great speed from my helmet as I lay in a river with the bike on its side on my leg, again.
When they can't be bothered to build a bridge they just let the river run across the road and concrete the base so the river doesn't wash it all away.
This base is as slick as ice with ...