Days Inn Martin
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Martin
From Graceland, I was back in the air just after 5 and following the river again, destination Reelfoot Lake.
Dan had told me about this, it sounded fascinating, and on reading up it turns out he only told me half of the story. In the early 1800's, an earthquake in the area caused this land next to the Mississippi to subside, causing it ...
... it is going to take us an additional 7 hours more than if we go interstate. Right - regroup, evaluate, analyse and decide. Interstate it is! Let see how close we can get to Chicago. On the I-65N we encountered a lot of road construction which delayed us somewhat but thankfully, not a great deal of rain. It threatened but as soon as we stopped and put on the rain gear, it stopped! Isn't that always the way? Well anyway, we didn't get ...
... the state however this time, being more in the western prt of Kentucky we note distinct lack of affluence. Last time we were truck by how rich everything seemed to be in Eastern Kentucky and that may be from all the thoroughbred horse studs that were in the area. None of that this side of the state. This is definitely the less affluent. Nevertheless, the green, green grass of Kentucky is still everywhere you look and it ...
... headed out of town on Sam's mission to collect geocaches in six states, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Alabama and Mississippi.
We got under way pretty well and worked our way through a bunch of road works in Arkansas, and got into Missouri where we got hit by a pretty nasty thunderstorm on the highway. When we rolled into Carruthersville, we realised we got the easy bit of the weather. The town was half flooded, but our ...
... by habit exactly what to do as they were ushered into
their stalls, eight at a time..
MILKING THE COWS
The first thing was to disinfect each tit with a cup of disinfectant quickly popped over the tit. After going down the 2 rows with the disinfectant we gave our assigned cow a gentle swat on the closest leg to give notice and not catch her by surprise. The actual milkers are like mini vacuums that are put on each tit and ...