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... Glide & Fatboy. We swapped stories on where we'd been and where we were headed and local customs in the US & Oz. The conversation turned to favourite drinks and before long the six of us were standing around the pool, bottles in hand swigging from our respective favourites.
Snap & Angela educated them to the delights of Bundaberg Rum (Snap & Ange have a bottle each on board) and they in turn let us sample their 'Apple Pie' liqueur. A very nice drop ...
... a while… and we’ve only been on the road two months! The lot today is soft…they must have received rain recently (probably the same precipitation we experienced the other day) because most of the semis had to be towed ONTO the lot. Thankfully, Alex parked us on a different part of the lot with easy access to the road and though it was a bit soft, we had enough grip to drive ourselves.
I believe this is the ...
... is all over the place from deep gravel to sand and hard packed mud.
Riding these trails requires maximum concentration all the time and to be honest feels like I am on the point of an accident almost all the time. I have ridden from Prudhoe Bay to Ushuaia and this has been pretty challenging. I guess there is worse to come.
At another interstate junction tonight in Beebe Arkansas and it is as ugly as the come. A dry county with a cheap motel (a bit ...
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.