Comfort Inn Muscle Shoals
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The last things to be done are finally getting done!
Today they have pulled out the big slide on the side of Klyed, layer it down and removed the bottom of it. It was a recall item that we didn't know about. The flooring was wood and they replaced it with metal. ...
We are finally done with the paint and body work. I am waiting to show you the final project until we get everything finished.
We have moved back across the street to the Tiffen Allegro Campground. This is basically a parking lot with hookups set up in front of at least 50 hangars where all of the magic happens.
When we arrived, they gave us a sheet and told us to list the 20 most important things on it and they ...
... for it. "Shoot, that aint no big thaing. Y'all worry too much on stuff. This aint no stuff." By the time that we left five days later, our running lights were brand new, a side camera was brand new, our damaged front quarter panel and front cap were good as new, we even had a very special new decal ordered for the back of Klyed. We had said that we didn't like the couch that had been put in ...
... of the driveway that had nothing more than the word motel! In cases like these we will seek out locals' advice, a place where professionals work (like a bank, pharmacy or church office) and ask if the place is ok to stay. We were told the best place to stay in town was out of town a couple of miles at the Victorian Inn, our original choice. When we plan our day, usually the night before we try to have a back-up plan if we run into problems and yet we can't ...
... Shoals; famous for the Muscle Shoals sound and a recording studio that has seen so many famous artists and session musicians that it would be near on impossible to list them all but here's a few: Aretha Franklin (cut her first two hits at FAME), Wilson Pickett, Little Richard, The Rolling Stones, Etta James, Paul Simon,,, and of course, the very artists that brought us here; Drive-By Truckers and Jason Isbell.
The studio itself is still working and ...