Hampton Inn Corinth
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... pro accessories.
USB Charging outlets
wide foot pegs
Marks additional alterations:
installed a dino jet kit.
involved drill out holes in airbox, changing air filter for K&N type.
removed air box snorkel
increase main jet and needle
unfortunately it does not appear to have made any significant improvement,
... be highly unlikely that the conditions improved at any point today. Albeit upset, we headed in for breakfast and within minutes, the morale had lifted again. We decided to take roster pics of the group, which was quite hilarious as we all tried to keep our intimidation faces on for the picture. After breakfast, the leaders worked out a plan with the community to have buses arranged to take us to our next location in Adamsville. Since we weren't sure what time it would ...
... We went into the Dollar General looking for gifts for our Secret Stalker, plus the storm cleared up for a little so it was nice to stretch our legs. Now I'm with a group of folks watching The Goonies at the church. A pretty good day, all things considered. It would have been nice to do our ride today because we reached our first 1,000 miles. And today Kim and I looked at the map and there's visible progress; we came a long way from Nag's Head. I think that's all for now. Night night. ...
... about 1250 people lived here.
It's fascinating that the Chickasaw Indians only gave up their ground in 1832, it took 4 years to survey and in 1836 the government set up 10 counties in the northern part of Mississippi.
1855 saw the beginning of Corinth, only 6 years before the war. Being a railroad town with industry nearby, the people of the area elected pro- Northerns to rule the State.
However the politicians changed their minds once they realised their ...
... we realized we would be traveling in the dark. Still, we did not worry. After all, we had flashlights, a spot light, night vision, radar and a nearly full moon on calm waters. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for starters, it got VERY dark and cold, our instruments and human vision were not quite adequate and the moon was not as bright as anticipated. Making it even worse, the entrance to this cove had two huge rock piles that were not lit. And, with the ...