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Travel Blogs from Searcy
... is all over the place from deep gravel to sand and hard packed mud.
Riding these trails requires maximum concentration all the time and to be honest feels like I am on the point of an accident almost all the time. I have ridden from Prudhoe Bay to Ushuaia and this has been pretty challenging. I guess there is worse to come.
At another interstate junction tonight in Beebe Arkansas and it is as ugly as the come. A dry county with a cheap motel (a bit ...
... so happy, we can now move on with our journey. Have to wait until Monday to get our money. So another weekend at good old Searcy.
Bad tornadoes predicted again this afternoon for Oklahoma, St. Louis and Kansas.
We took off at approximately 3pm on Monday. Heading towards Nashville, Tennessee. Drove for a few hours and stayed the night at East Memphis RV ...
... of storms and rain all day Tuesday. Ed had a night out at Jacksonville with Ricky, Reggie and Roland (great guys) from the dealership. Reggie is from the deep south, and such a character. Ed would like to record him to share with you all when we get home to Oz. Just his laugh alone cracks us up.
Had Dish TV installed on Wednesday. Yay, finally have lots of channels.
Wendy had hairdo on ...
... State Capitol Building which was constructed over a century ago replica of the White House and has been used in many movies as a stand in.
More snow on Saturday. On Sunday, Ricky the guy who we purchased the Motorhome from took us for a drive up to Greer's Landing Lake to go on his big Houseboat. Quiet impressive.
Left Searcy approx 12.15pm on Monday 4th April, heading to Fort Smith, Arkansas.
For those of you who have not yet seen our Motorhome, I will post a few ...
... sure it was a radiator problem and secondly, they were in the right direction for Little Rock, where we heading to next. After a bone shaking hour and a half journey we finally arrived at the garage, where Brian got taken in to see the mechanics. A couple of minutes inspection found a leak in the radiator. Water was spurting out from a whole in the front. We believe this had been caused by a stone kicked up by a passing lorry. Both of us had heard ...