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... gal. At 11:30 we crossed the state line into Arkansas. We weren't sorry to leave the roads of Oklahoma behind. Overall they are some of the worst roads we have driven on in an RV. California is the worst.
Special report: 1) we have only watched TV once on this trip for an hour show on PBS, and haven't missed it at all, and 2), for the road kill report for today--many armadillos, two deer...and MANY less bugs on the windshield!
We stopped for fuel again in ...
... First of all, we stopped on the banks of the Mississippi where the girls posed and played around. We followed this with a trip across the bridge, crossing the Mississippi into Arkansas…….and just as we reached the sign showing the state line, it started pouring! It was raining only in Arkansas. We were supposed to then go into Mississppi, but got ...
... was once owned by one of the most famous people ever. It was kinda surreal walking into his house and seeing where he used to live, kind of like a blast from the past. We seen a tour of the house except for upstairs. Apparently it was private even when he was alive he didnt let people up there. We did get to see prettyu much everything else though, a good view of all the rooms even though they were taped off. ...
... 40 minutes to walk from Missouri to Mexico! We grabbed a couple of cold drinks and sat taking in the scenery...it really was beautiful. We then headed back to the building to take the monorail back across.
We grabbed the trolley car and headed into Beale Street where we sat in BB Kings Lounge and had our first cold beer for the day. We then wandered to the end of the street where the entrance to the BBQ Championships were. We paid our fee and walked, ...
... The place ws deserted and we were able to score a streetside parking space a half block from the pedestrian only venue. We fought through the bitterly cold wind (why it was deserted) and hit the first bbq joint on the block for some delicious ribs and pulled pork. A quick walk up and down the two block collection of honky tonk type bars, gift shops and we were back in the womb of the rv for the drive to Nashville.