Super 8 Malvern
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... a well maintained, paved walking path. I'm sure there are usually 1000s if people, but at times I found myself alone in the high cavern. This is one of the "must see" NPs. The tour was very good, and had the maximum number of 50 people. After the tour, I decided to walk backup the way I came and had even more time to myself. A very impressive National Park. After a lot of back-and-forth with myself, I decided ...
Going down to the freight yard
Gonna catch me a freight train
Gonna leave this town
I'm sitting on top of the world
-- Mississippi Sheiks, 1930; Cream, 1968; Rockin' Delta Medicine Men, 2015
Biker people, as a class, are apparently not early risers. Virtually none were on the road at 7:30 AM as I headed back through town. ...
... a steady progression of motorcycles and occasional hot rods parade up and down the main drag. The noise level, both inside the tasting room and out was quite "impressive" though hardly relaxing. So Patty decide to take the waters -- whirlpool bath, steam, needle shower, and massage -- the full package. I took to the trails on Hot Springs Mountain. She came out relaxed and rosy; I returned a little sweaty (but pleased ...
Said a reluctant good bye to Kelly, Mike and the kids. We had such a good time with you! Mike thanks for helping with the motor home leak. We now have a Tupperware bowl glued to the roof of the motor home to help cover the satellite wires that were allowing water to flow freely into the motor home. Left Dallas at 11:00. Caught up with hurricane Bill's rain and ...
... A yard with a fading abandoned trailer home next to a neat, recently built bungalow. The upwardly mobile. The best shot for the American dream was building on a piece of land that was already in the family.
There were many broken down shacks that one would have assumed were abandoned were it not for a pickup truck or car and fading, plastic, children's toys in the yard. Some places were even the proverbial Appalachian stereotypical setup with ...