Hampton Inn Union City
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... headed out of town on Sam's mission to collect geocaches in six states, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Alabama and Mississippi.
We got under way pretty well and worked our way through a bunch of road works in Arkansas, and got into Missouri where we got hit by a pretty nasty thunderstorm on the highway. When we rolled into Carruthersville, we realised we got the easy bit of the weather. The town was half flooded, but our ...
... its tires and took a while to get parked. After parking and because the jump was 120 miles, we didn’t get to the new lot before needing to find the Excursion, packing it up with laundry and taking off again. Emilie came with us even though she didn’t have laundry to do but wanted to get food. Fortunately, we found a Chinese buffet on the way to the laundromat!
The laundromat was on W. Tom Brown St…on the way there, we passed W. Tom WHITE ...
... the weekend with a good friend who had married a couple of months earlier and moved to join her husband and his family on their dairy farm in Sedalia, Kentucky.
We got the new transmission ordered in Union City Tennessee Friday morning, spent the weekend with our friends on their dairy farm across the border in Kentucky, and ...
And the Mississippi ? Of course !
NOW, " WELCOME . . . . to Mark Twain's City of Hickman, KY
. . . . Kentucky-county seat for Fulton County. The City of Hickman was established in 1834. Hickman, KY is located in the most western part of Kentucky on the Mississippi River. The Hickman, KY-Dorena, MO Ferry is the last remaining ferry ...
... The town has statues of several of the characters from the Popeye series but I was only interested in getting Popeye's picture which I did.
I continued down The Illinois side of the Mississippi as I wanted to visit two town that are mentioned in one of my favourite books by Neil Gaiman 'American Gods'. The two towns were Thebes and Cairo. I was disappointed as both places had seen better days long ago. I counted on getting gas in Cairo which had ...