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... get invited to Aunt Bea's Quilting Club but I won't get arrested for indecent exposure either!
The rest of the time was spent drying my riding gear, luckily this hotel has a very robust hair dryer that doesn't cut out frequently, and the AC unit has a very high output fan. The lady at the front desk offered to let me use the hotel's commercial dryer but I am scared my pants will end up in the lint trap if the are exposed to that kind of ...
... almost caused us to pull over. We continued south on US 65 through Arkansas, passing extensive farm fields of cotton, corn and soy beans. Continuing south on US 65 we crossed into Louisiana, then east on I-20 over the Mississippi river and into Vicksburg Mississippi. We stopped for the night at “Ameristar Casino RV Park”, where we have stayed ...
The elderly custodian must be a train enthusiast, as there are 2 neat model railway train displays which he took great delight in switching on to show us.
The next quest was to find coffee, and one of the 2 Casinos was the place we chose. There are 2 big casinos on the riverside, so this must be the local entertainment area!
I wonder where we'll have dinner?
Tomorrow we're off to Monticello in Arkansas.
... a large fort protecting the approaches to Vicksburg. The union troops tried to take this fort but failed on multiple attempts. They even tried to dig a trench to the wall of the fort and detonated gunpowder there. That blew a hole in the first wall, but a second wall held firm. Meanwhile, the big tail of the union army swung around to the north and tried to find a way in along the entire defensive line. They failed. As I drove along the battlefield it's easy to see why ...
... cole slaw very tasty though. But as an experience I would rate this lunch early dinner very highly. Good fun. Good memory. Drove to down town Memphis and found a park in time for getting to the famous Peabody Hotel to see the five residing ducks returning for the night to their penthouse suite at 5pm. The march of the ducks, which dates back to a 1930s-era drunken prank, is a quintessential Memphis tradition. It always draws major crowds and so it did ...