Hampton Inn Martin
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... tyre up. They charged me 75 cents to use the air pump! Repeat. THEY CHARGED ME 75 CENTS TO USE THE AIR PUMP! Last time I looked air was free. We had the coins, but that's not the point, they made me pay to pump up a tyre. Arseholes.
Anyways, I introduced Sammie to the high class joys of Taco Bell and Walmart before we settled into our very comfy little hotel to do some laundry and get some sleep, only to dream about bloody air pumps all ...
MAKE MINE MILK
It is always wonderful sharing Shabbat with like-minded believers in Yeshua . We were truly blessed to be included in the weekly home gathering of the Trouts and Hackets.
Aside from the personal relationships, which is always foremost in importance to us when we travel, milking the cows was the highlight of the weekend for me.
Family and friends know that I am ...
LITTLE BRIDE ON THE PRAIRIE
This section of our trip reminds me of the series "Little House on the Prairie" - a homespun touch.
The last time we saw Carly was when we watched her drive off with her new husband, Tyler, following their wedding reception in Steilacoom, WA.
Love does wonders and lured this lovely, tall, ...
... things to do in this little out-of-the-way community. One is the Discovery Park of America, just a couple of miles from the main highway through Union City. The other one which we would have loved to visit is Reelfoot State Park. Since we were limited in time and opportunity, we put it on our "to see" bucket list for next time.
... The pictures we took speak for themselves. Not much of a tourist enticement. But then farmland areas generally aren’t. Lots of crops loaded on barges and shipped down the Mississippi from this little berg. Though the old town center reminds me of rotten tooth decay, upper and outer farm acreage is meticulously pristine and manicured – wonderful to behold and to savor. The problem ...