Comfort Inn Muscle Shoals
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Spent a week in Red Bay getting warranty work done on the motorhome. Not much to do here except to take the tour of the manufacturing plant where our motorhome was built. Pretty interesting as Tiffin actually makes the under carriage all the way through the completed unit. The under carriage parts are made in a Tiffin factory in Mississippi but assembled in Red Bay.
Once built, the motorhome is ...
Took a shower, jumped off fellow travelers with a dead battery, and drove. Gas in Independence, MO. Saw a police chase that ended in a crash. Looked it up online later and saw pictures. Ate at Steak n Shake (terrible service made our stop an hour and a half) in Wentzville, MO. Got gas. Gas in Marston, MO. (See how we are never leaving Missouri?) Lucas complained about the gas mileage. He says he got better in the mountains rather than fighting ...
... us have a Jeep. No paperwork, no driving licence viewing, no deposit, just a “sure, take it and bring it back when you’re done” – see, Southern hospitality! We visited Tammy and Graeme in Nashville for the weekend and had fun with our good chums as ever.
Work done, more spares bought, we left Red Bay on 8th March – we won’t see this place again for a while but who knows – Tiffin Motorhomes are ...
... years and the Rendezvous was a great venue for getting an idea of what is involved with the trip.
We are now on waterways that we have not been on before, so we're seeing new territory each day from the flybridge. The Tenn-Tom waterway is the largest Corp of Engineers project ever completed (in 1984). It provides a shorter route to the Gulf for commerce from TN, AL, KY, and Ohio River Valley than the Mississippi River. The northern half of this waterway ...
... 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 ...