Comfort Inn Muscle Shoals
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... these studios.
The evening event was held at Ron and Helen Hasting's house. We went early, so we could tour the Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall. Tom Hendrix has been working over 30 years to build a wall to honor Te-lah-nay's journey. She was his great-great-grandmother and a Yuchi Indian, who was part of the American Indian removal to Oklahoma along the ...
... launched on April 23. Much the Jens' chagrin we travelled interstate all day Wednesday and arrived at Paducah, Kentucky, that evening, where we set up our tent. We have purchased a new larger 'instant tent', which pops up quite easily. We have posh sleeping mats, Danish down comforters, and slept comfortably.
The next day we followed off roads with the top down as the temperature ...
... day soon we will – definitely. We needed to be heading East and we needed to be staying in the sunshine. We also needed to go to Red Bay, Alabama again to have BBB’s cracked windscreen fixed. Mmmmmm, Red Bay and sunshine and warm weather at this time of year, especially a Winter like this one, does not compute. Well, has to be done so first of all we stopped for 2 nights in Rockport Texas. We stayed there last year and loved it. The Park was ...
... 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 ...