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Monday, August 18, 2014 Truck 71,997 Trip 11, 988
By 8:21 a.m. we had crossed the line into Arkansas on route 40. The gently rolling hills and rich pastures took us past well-manicured homes and stately farms. There were several large churches in each town we came to. By 2 p.m. we'd left Arkansas and hit Memphis, which I saw briefly as we blew through. In Adamsville I spotted the first Piggly Wiggly of ...
Arrived pretty late and by the time I'd blogged it was time for bed.
Whoops, slept in a bit and didn't wake until 7:45. Feel a bit at sixes and sevens this morning..
Good job I did Shiloh yesterday.
Today I've got about 160 miles to do up toward Nashville, Tennessee...... Yeeeehaaaaah!
Also forgot to do breakkie photo, that's how off I am...
By the way, I went through Moscow, Hamilton and Dundee yesterday......
... we would not be able to go as far as we hoped so we made a reservation at a Marina on Pickwick. I read while Bart worked in his floating office and wrestled with his printer.
At about 1:30, we decided to call Wilson Dam lockmaster to see how things were going. To our surprise and delight, he told us the barge was exiting the chamber and to come on down. We wouldn't even have to wait on the chambers to fill! We thought that sounded mighty fine so we pulled ...
Forgot to include a picture of the Adventure Fossils in he Ozarks. Here you go.
Took I-40 freeway for a short while and got off on RT 64, the back roads of Tennessee after passing over the Mississippi river. Check out the Mud Island Pyramid, which is an ampitheatre, museum, historic waterfront - has a replica of a Mississippi steamboat and a lot of information that noon of us ...
I said goodbye to my sister and brother-in-law after breakfast this morning. But oh! what a breakfast! We ate at the Loveless Café, which is at the northern terminus of the Natchez Trace (more on the Trace in a sec). The Loveless is pretty famous in the Nashville area – enough so that wait times for breakfast are often measured in hours on weekends. We left Bowling Green bright and early in order to get down there at ...