Days Inn Fulton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Arrived too late yesterday to visit Elvis' childhood home, but really we weren't too interested as it looks like a lot of fuss about nothing much. Leaving Tupelo, we decided to take the truly Scenic Route to Nashville. From Natchez in the south of the State of Mississippi (see the 3rd June) to Nashville over a distance of 444 miles, there is an ancient "Trace" or path whose origins goes back thousands of years, largely created ...
With the propeller shaft reconnected to the engine we were on our way again.
We got up early to a very foggy morning and as the fog started to lift we left the dock and started out the marked marina channel through the shallows to the main channel. The fog hadn't lifted as fast as we had hoped and we couldn't hardly see from one marker to the next. Arriving at the main channel the markers ...
Today, Nov. 27 Chris the mechanic come over in the afternoon and cut a new slot in the existing shaft while still in the boat. That meant that we didn't have to have the boat lifted out of the water for over $300 and didn't need to remove the shaft and maybe buy a new one for heaven only knows how much. And the difficulty- sometimes the rudder has to be removed before the shaft can be pulled out. Not cheap any way you ...
... but the prop didn't turn.
We were going slow enough that we were able to get a line on the bollard and stop. I informed the lockmaster and he said no traffic either way and said we could stay put until we figured it out.
A quick look below showed that the propeller shaft had come out of the coupling on the transmission. Over the years the set screws must have not been tight ...
... was a roadside vendor here selling all sorts of stuff but Larry had his eye on a fluorescent orange vest that is presumably intended for hunters so they won't get shot by other hunters. Larry knew this was what he needed and would be a welcome addition to his riding attire as he didn't want to get shot at either, not to mention it would add to his visibility on the road. The first half on Route 25 was great because the shoulders were wide and ...