Comfort Inn Muscle Shoals
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... in the rain on the Tennessee River. This is a beautiful area, and I was excited for the rain. It has been raining on and off ever since. After living in a California drought for years, I am welcoming the showers! I started to make a campout dinner and realized I had no can opener, so I went to ask some friendly folks over in RV camping. They happily lent me an opener, and inquired about what I was making. ...
... lée, Apple Pie, & PB Chocolate Fudge
April 20th (Day 23): Queenstown…Skippers Canyon…Most Dangerous Road in NZ...White Water Rafting…Fast & Ready...Shotover River…Jet Boat…New Favorite Toy…Arrowtown…Fergburger (Little Lamby & Sweet Bambi)
April 21st (Day 24): Queenstown…Last Adventure Day…Bob’s Peak…Ziplining…Steepest Zipline in the ...
... 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 ...
... A few minutes on the road and Dave decided we needed to stop for gas... This was a mission in itself. Nearly 20 mins after we pulled in we had a full tank and Dave only had to ask for help once.
More driving through the Tennessee countryside only resulted in more videos of us badly singing and photos of roadsigns. I am very pleased to say we travelled through Rogersville, past Huntsville, saw signs for Pulaski and drove on Highway 72 while playing the ...