Super 8 Booneville
Travel Blogs from Booneville
time now for an analysis of the trusted steads,
Bit lacking in power but now they are "run in" and loosened up they eventually get there. it is more noticeable on the gravel roads when you need a bit of power to rear steer. something Mark's tenere has.
so a list of improvements!!
soft comfy hand grips
nice comfy sheep's kin seat cover
gadget holders for phones, roll chart ...
... had working soda fountains!!!
Dr AJ Borroum was a doc in the Civil war who worked for the North when captured and fought
for the South when free. He was returning to his home, in Oxford MS after being freed at the end of the war, and stopped in Corinth for a look around. He met a previous colleague who persuaded him to stay and practise medicine with him. As he spent most of his time making and dispensing medicines he decided to open a store and he ran that for ...
Today was a very slow day. I got up at my usual time and you guessed it, Bart got up at the crack of dawn. When I got up and stuck my head out of the bedroom door to see where he was, I saw a grinning face just coming out of the engine room. I went back to bed.
Because we had made plans last night to take things slow and easy, once we were all awake, we ate a leisurely breakfast, puttered around a bit, and fueled ...
... to eat his yogurt and granola but I know that later he would get back to those ginger and banana pancakes. And he did.
Before we ate, we both scoped our anchorage spot in the daylight. Not to be cocky but we were amazed we had done such a great job of anchoring under difficult circumstances. We were even more amazed we did not hit the rock piles or run aground as the lake is at winter pool. It was quite the visual. I tell you, if we had seen this anchorage in the ...
After we left Atlanta we had a long drive ahead of us, across Georgia and up through Alabama into Mississippi. We stopped en route for fried chicken. The girls were not as impressed as they had hoped.
We got to Corinth at around 5:30pm and there were Don and Lisa just the same as ever. It felt like we had seen them just yesterday when in fact it was 9 years. Lisa showed us round their lovely home which reminded us a bit ...