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Travel Blogs from Bald Knob
... there, I walked down by the water and checked out the park a bit but didn’t stay long because of how tired I was.
Our April book club title is Born on a Blue Day by Daniel Tammet, a memoir by Tammet chronicling his life with Asperger’s, autism, and a severe epileptic seizure he had as a child that made him into a savant. He pictures numbers with colors and as shapes, he learned the Icelandic language (one of the most difficult languages ...
... large trailer type homes.
We are riding a very strange route using farm tracks and access roads for woodland and housing.
We are not seeing towns and when we stop in the evening we have to go to an Interstate junction so that we can find somewhere to stay. We then don't want to ride again to get something to eat, so we have to walk, which no one does.
Interstate junctions are for people to spend as little time as possible at. Get off the road ...
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.
... balancing act, chair act, aerial acts, elephants, juggling, and a traditional gaucho act.
After the show, we hung out in Steve's trailer again for a little while....John talked business with Steve & Ryan...and then we went our separate ways to go to sleep. Power had already been cut for the night, so we got ready for bed in the dark and laid on our bed, hoping that having the RV windows open would cool it down in there.