Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fulton
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After a hearty breakfast (like we really needed it), today we started out at Mile Marker 1 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. The park ranger told us that it takes 3 days to see everything on the 444 mile parkway, so we had to pick and choose.
We stopped at the only remaining inn, a ...
... on one side with gas and diesel pumps for boats and on the other side are pumps for vehicles. The facility is like a little deli and gas station all in one. The real surprise was the building next door. A package liguor store and none too soon either. We were running low on wine.
A peaceful night and up again early for another day cruisin' down the river.
The adventure continues
... just before Fulton lock, the 4th one but we were making such good time and the operator said we could come right through there too. We passed Midway and went right into the lock by 1PM.
As we pulled up to the bollard to tie off I put the boat in reverse and nothing happened. Oh, Oh. I shifted back and forth a few times and still nothing. I could hear the transmission click and the cable ...
... a small hole in the inner-tube and we found a 1/2" long piece of wire the thickness of a staple stuck in the tire. And although it took Devon the same amount of time to get ready as it did Larry to solve the tire dilemma, we were still able to leave early for a long hard ride to Fulton, MS. By 11am we pulled in for our first pit stop at a gas station where we grabbed an omelet, yes they am,e omelets at this gas station, and some fried ...
... the type of person who loves animals and wants to protect them, I would suggest possibly making a donation to the Mississippi humane society. I'm sure they are overrun
and completely underfunded and they would appreciate it and the dogs and cats who live such desperate and pain filled lives would thank you if they could.
That ends, the preaching portion of this entry. Please read the next one – it's entertaining, another
story of a weird rider!
Love to all! Cheyenne.