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Travel Blogs from Searcy
... br> What is hard for us to get our heads around is the lack of centres of population. Yes, of course we are not going through cities or suburbs but in our countryside we have towns and villages that have been built over hundreds of years by the need for population to be close to work and sources of income.
With mechanisation of farming and the use of cars and the vast amount of cheap land everything is spread out. It would appear that if you have a small private farm ...
Left Memphis this morning, heading to Searcy yet again.
Had the best time ever in Memphis. Took a shot of the Heartbreak Hotel on our way out from the RV Park.
Will put some more Beale Street photos on this entry.
When we arrived back in Searcy, we noticed the old motorhome wasn't out in the selling yard.
Could it be true, has it sold!! Yay, it has! ...
... sells. Memorial Day in the US.
After setting up at the Graceland RV Park at Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis we caught the shuttle bus into the famous Beale Street. Watched the street entertainment and shared a table with a couple of nice fellas, Gene from Georgia and Chuck from Wyoming. Met 2 Aussies from East Gippsland, Victoria on the bus home.
Wendy feeling much better, no more pains.
... State Capitol Building which was constructed over a century ago replica of the White House and has been used in many movies as a stand in.
More snow on Saturday. On Sunday, Ricky the guy who we purchased the Motorhome from took us for a drive up to Greer's Landing Lake to go on his big Houseboat. Quiet impressive.
Left Searcy approx 12.15pm on Monday 4th April, heading to Fort Smith, Arkansas.
For those of you who have not yet seen our Motorhome, I will post a few ...
... sure it was a radiator problem and secondly, they were in the right direction for Little Rock, where we heading to next. After a bone shaking hour and a half journey we finally arrived at the garage, where Brian got taken in to see the mechanics. A couple of minutes inspection found a leak in the radiator. Water was spurting out from a whole in the front. We believe this had been caused by a stone kicked up by a passing lorry. Both of us had heard ...