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. ...
... entire electrical was checked out, electrical plugs were replaced, toilet fixed, We even got the gadget around the door replaced so you don't get stuck inside or locked out. It also is so easy to close now that I keep going back to recluse it , thinking I must not have closed it hard enough, and yet I did!! They found two recalls that we were not informed of (probably went to the old owner), one, the main slide has ...
Daniel McKinney runs this family owned shop. He does a great job and they are lucky to have him! So are we!
We drove around the corner and into one of the two big bays in front of their building. They made sure we could get into all of our outer pods and had electricity before they went to work.
The guys that work here arrive between 5:30 and 6 and start on the quietest stuff they ...
Well, can hardly believe it ourselves but in the end we didn't leave Mercedes and the marvelous Llano Grande Park until February 21st. Four weeks easily turned into ten! – how did that happen? It was all too easy and we enjoyed it so much! Our thanks to Kevin and Lora who were great company and supported us so wonderfully – our projects, our ideas and our need to use their car!
An up-date on the Visa. We didn’t have ...
We said our goodbyes to Fred and Sharon this morning and drove down the road 1.5 hours to Tullahoma, Tennessee. This small town is the home of the Beechcraft Heritage Museum. This museum is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Beechcraft aircraft. It is like Mecca to Dean.
There are three wings (slight pun intended) showing Beech planes from the pre-Beech era ...