Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa
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... Pulled over for motorhome acceleration trouble in Selmer, Tennessee. Turned it off and restarted and made it to TUSCUMBIA! 735 miles driven We stayed the night with my parents and celebrated Tate's 5th birthday with some swimming and cake and homemade ice cream. We left there at 9:30 Minday night and finally, finally got home around 11:00. Wow! What a trip. I'd do it (and some parts more than others) again. You are beautiful, "Out ...
... in the rain on the Tennessee River. This is a beautiful area, and I was excited for the rain. It has been raining on and off ever since. After living in a California drought for years, I am welcoming the showers! I started to make a campout dinner and realized I had no can opener, so I went to ask some friendly folks over in RV camping. They happily lent me an opener, and inquired about what I was making. ...
... Ice Cream (Vanilla Brownie)…Arnolds Diner (Hot Dog)
April 22nd (Day 25): Queenstown/Christchurch/Auckland… 1st Folks at Airport...Delayed Flight…Flew through Christchurch to Auckland…Last night in New Zealand
April 23rd (Day 26): Auckland/Sydney/Dallas/Memphis/Mynot 230;Leaving New Zealand Behind For Now…Dad Almost Had to Stay…Longest Flight in the World…Dad Lost Luggage…Made ...
... looks to be some weird version of Monopoly money that apparently we can use to purchase goodies with. I've also got a GoPro Hero3+ courtesy Jimbo to document this crazy escapade so stay tuned to see fighting kangaroos, spiders big enough to eat birds, and sharks big enough to eat large kids!
We have landed in Dallas and are getting our last meal in the States for a long time. We started this day with breakfast in Mynot, AL ...
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The evening event was held at Ron and Helen Hasting's house. We went early, so we could tour the Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall. Tom Hendrix has been working over 30 years to build a wall to honor Te-lah-nay's journey. She was his great-great-grandmother and a Yuchi Indian, who was part of the American Indian removal to Oklahoma ...