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We left Tulsa early heading for Heber Springs for the night. Snap & I are having a few drama's with the GPS on the Ultra's as it gives you turning instructions right at the point of turn, so we've missed some turns or been in the incorrect lane to turn.
After passing through Siloam Springs & Fayetteville we rode up into the mountains towards Kingston & Compton. A 2 hour detour across to the 'Pig Trail' which is a great ride. Lush vegetation and trees line up ...
... trying the whole thing out. He realized he has so much more mobility now that he isn’t tied to small dock and therefore can be larger in his movements without worrying about slipping off the dock. He got consistent laughs in the fishing gag for both shows, so I think we have a winner. The slipcover took a bit longer to sew than I anticipated but all in all, we’re pretty proud of it.
The shows were so much fun today…enthusiastic ...
... 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! ...
... sells. Memorial Day in the US.
After setting up at the Graceland RV Park at Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis we caught the shuttle bus into the famous Beale Street. Watched the street entertainment and shared a table with a couple of nice fellas, Gene from Georgia and Chuck from Wyoming. Met 2 Aussies from East Gippsland, Victoria on the bus home.
Wendy feeling much better, no more pains.