Econo Lodge Batesville
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... we headed to Ole Miss for a picnic in the Grove. What a beautiful spot. Sadly, we had to move inside when our meal was invaded by bugs. If you have not seen it, there is a gigantic catalpa tree on the grounds! Thankfully a fence kept my monkeys from climbing up! Ice cream and a trip to Square Books Jr finished the day out. Then my spoiled rotten sister convinced me to make her chicken and ...
... of you will get that joke but Keith, Glenn and the GOBs will.
Terry and his son Brandon fitted the tyres in a careful and methodical way (all right, we'll call it slow) but did a great job.
Brandon wanted me to take pictures of him and his roll tool box and told be how much each Snap-On tool cost in his box as he showed me each and every spanner.
Terry's other mechanic Charles (Charles? ...
... I was all in black with boots on! hot hot hot! I then met the other girl who was working at the farm, Linden, and OMG what a relief! what a lovely little ray of sunshine she was! I was beginning to think Oh ****, what have I gotten myself into for 3 weeks on this secluded little place! but when I met her I was relieved.
So i was eventually allowed to have a few hrs sleep!
The bed I slept in was sooo nice! they were bunk beds, but double beds! and hand made! ...
... he was blocked by the Governor of Mississippi. Accompanied by federal marshals, Meredith entered the campus grounds on September 30, 1962. The result was massive riots, with two people being killed. The Army National Guard was called in, and Meredith attended his first class on October 2nd. Subject to constant harassment, Meredith successfully graduated in 1964. Talk about incredible bravery in the face of extreme ignorance. Today, Ole Miss continues to ...
Look at this beautiful town. The square has the county courthouse in the middle and shops running along the four streets surrounding the building. 3 bookstores on these 4 streets. You can tell this is a university town.
Our reason for stopping in Oxford was to visit Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner. His home is close enough to walk to the square but feels like it is out in the countryside. Lovely, serene.