Hampton Inn Batesville
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... travelling coast to coast on Virginian registered Kawasaki's so when our tyres arrived spot on time thanks to UPS, we were in the workshop and he came in and said to us "The tyres have arrived. You know they are Nobbie's?"
Bill said "they can't be Nobbie's we ordered them specially, they are ours"
An indignant Terry said "we'll they are definatly Nobbie's come and have a look"
Not sure ...
... a big cuddle! she really seemed to like me! and I always made a big fuss of her! and when I stopped cuddling her, she would nudge my hand until I gave in and cuddled some more! (I love it when they do that!)
The other afternoon activities would be to make sure the chickens and the guineas had enough food, and especially enough water! in that heat, thats all I did too, was drink gallons and gallons of water! I discovered that it was so hot and humid, and ...
... a southern accent. Or maybe it's because I didn't need as much work to look totally awesome. Yeah... that's it!
With the chores out of the way, we set off for a bite to eat. Which would lead to the biggest disappointment of the trip: Taylor Grocery (34.272603, -89.588171) in Taylor, Ms. Located about 9 miles south of Oxford, the best thing about Taylor Grocery is the pleasant country drive. In case you don't know, Taylor Grocery is a restaurant ...
As usual, I got off to a late start from Gainesville. But, I had a lot of things to load. My trips are more like preparing for a space launch than a vacation. I like redundancy and thus must pack two or three of everything - everything I own that is. I was very surprised that the roads through Georgia and Alabama were wide and mostly traffic ...
Look at this beautiful town. The square has the county courthouse in the middle and shops running along the four streets surrounding the building. 3 bookstores on these 4 streets. You can tell this is a university town.
Our reason for stopping in Oxford was to visit Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner. His home is close enough to walk to the square but feels like it is out in the countryside. Lovely, serene.