Hampton Inn Corinth
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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 ...
... spent the morning hanging out in the lobby. I watched as every single person tried to entertain themselves-this group truly cannot sit still! I think we have become accustomed to biking or building everyday that I day off just seems out of place. Once we learned that the buses weren't coming until 2pm, we headed to the Yellow Deli, which is a unique cafe that I happen to know well from living in Vista, CA. After coffee and sandwiches, it was time to load everything up ...
Today's been a strange day. We didn't ride. But first, the reason for today's blog title. I'm glad I'm blogging and recording all of this. I'm glad for personal reasons- that 20 years down the road I'll be able to refer to this and remember it. I'm also glad to be blogging because I want to share this journey with all of my amazing donors and supporters. I wouldn't be on this trip without you and I'm most sincerely and humbly thankful. It is tricky though, in all honesty. This ...
... 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 ...