Hampton Inn Corinth
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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time now for an analysis of the trusted steads,
Bit lacking in power but now they are "run in" and loosened up they eventually get there. it is more noticeable on the gravel roads when you need a bit of power to rear steer. something Mark's tenere has.
so a list of improvements!!
soft comfy hand grips
nice comfy sheep's kin seat cover
gadget holders for phones, roll chart ...
... out of Pulaski. Insert special thank you here to Wes and the Pulaski community for paying for our lunch and transportation in to Adamsville this afternoon! (As well as everything they did for us yesterday when we arrived!) Once in Adamsville, we played some hoops inside and had mail delivered. It has been awesome receiving a card from my Aunt Diane every week! (Thank you for the always very unique and creative cards!!) Mail drops have been a very refreshing time of week to ...
... a decent amount of time, and I usually write at the end of the night when I want to be social or sleeping. This blogging thing is a real love-hate relationship. So, back to today. We were scheduled to ride about 95 miles to Adamvsville, TN, but when alarms started going off at 5am this morning and we peeked out the window it was storming like nobody's business. Lightening and thunder and torrential rain. We continued to get ready and pack up our things. Our kindly hosts made us ...
... 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 ...
... home in Greenville but I think that was more from them being there than anything else. We sat out on the patio and the girls looked out for hummingbirds and red cardinals which come to visit Lisa's lovely garden.
Then Don and Lisa took us downtown to eat at their one of their favourite restaurants called Pizza Grocery. As it says on the tin it is an old grocery store which now serves pizza. The food was excellent. ...