Travel Blogs from Fulton
We got out of Washington DC alive. I will admit there were times when I wasn't sure that we would. Having said that, we met some great people and saw a few interesting things, so it was worth the near death experiences.
Leaving DC could not have gone more smoothly. We got through the airport at Baltimore suspiciously easy and the flight was pretty good. Excellent service and comfy seats. We landed in Memphis and immediately got into a rental ...
... by habit exactly what to do as they were ushered into
their stalls, eight at a time..
MILKING THE COWS
The first thing was to disinfect each tit with a cup of disinfectant quickly popped over the tit. After going down the 2 rows with the disinfectant we gave our assigned cow a gentle swat on the closest leg to give notice and not catch her by surprise. The actual milkers are like mini vacuums that are put on each tit and ...
LITTLE BRIDE ON THE PRAIRIE
This section of our trip reminds me of the series "Little House on the Prairie" - a homespun touch.
The last time we saw Carly was when we watched her drive off with her new husband, Tyler, following their wedding reception in Steilacoom, WA.
Love does wonders and lured this lovely, tall, ...
... things to do in this little out-of-the-way community. One is the Discovery Park of America, just a couple of miles from the main highway through Union City. The other one which we would have loved to visit is Reelfoot State Park. Since we were limited in time and opportunity, we put it on our "to see" bucket list for next time.
... Twain's little town is not in how old and quaint it is; but rather, that it has obviously been flooded and mostly run down and abandoned over the year. The huge dike at water's edge speaks loudly of prior destruction.
With good planning, a good developer, major financial investment and Mark Twain's endorsement, the old town and ferry could be a charming tourist area.