Hilton Garden Inn Starkville
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We finally left at 1:30 pm today. - five hours behind schedule -- so much packing! Marcia and Francisco both helped us pack and get ready. We had to give Quince a bath and pack clothes and food and supplies for six weeks of travel! And of course, take time for Travis to ride Drifter and take a tour on the Kubota. We went through SC, GA, AL and settled in Starkville, Mississippi. On the way, we stopped at two Flying J truck stops. TJ was able to meet some really nice truck drivers - one ...
The Eagle has landed for real! The guys have spotted three Bald Eagles now on their journey. These videos were taken somewhere along the Tombigbee River near Columbus, MS. Too cool!
We arrived at Columbus marina about 2:45 and they just let us overnight at the fuel dock since we were leaving right away in the morning.
As we were registering a couple walked in the door behind us and we looked at each other in instant recognition. It was Bob and Kathy Griffith who own 101 boat dock and marina on Lake Norfork in Arkansas. I traded with these folks in the 70's and 80's when I ...
... real coffee, not the hotel stuff) looking for a sandwich. It was across and down the street, and the barrister, if you will, redirected us to where we ended up in a bakery shop behind the coffee shop building. It so happens the bakery makes all the cakes and some 'sought-after' southern pastry that has sausage, cheese, and hot peppers baked into it, sorry we don't remember the name. We had our tuna sandwich and some conversation with ...
... until then it's narrow shoulders and heavier traffic. And another flat tire, Larry's second. Twenty minute quick change and we're rolling again. Did I already say the shoulder was narrower and the traffic heavier?... Well, it is again! We finally got to that exit strategy, but first a little confirmation from not just one passerby (a guy at a Stop sign); but a second (woman parked in a lot across the street); and then a third, we'll ...