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Travel Blogs from Iuka
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 ...
After a day of riding that ended the way it did yesterday, we were so hoping for a good day, at the least. A quick stop at the Post Office at the park's exit and a left out turn out of the state park sent us down State Route 57 toward the Mississippi State Line with a sign proclaiming we'd be there in 5 miles. That was a long five miles..... about forty-five minutes later we were in Mississippi! During those forty-five minutes and the hour following our 'fearless, ...
John writes: We have fallen behind on the Blog, but the last week's activity has had pretty much a single theme - The Loopers' Rendezvous at Joe Wheeler State Park, Al.
Last Friday, we were joined by Larry and Lois Wheeler, our boating buddies from KC. They stayed aboard Satisfaction and we had a blast with them! There were close to 300 other Loopers and over 50 boats at this Rendezvous, all with the same crazy idea to circumnavigate the eastern half of the USA in ...
... of damage we did to one another. Standing there listening to sounds of animals rustling in the woods, the wind whistling through the trees, and imagining the condition these soldiers for both sides were going through make you wonder how you would survive in these conditions without war let alone with shots and cannons exploding all around you.
As we continued our adventure, we passed monument after monument, plaque after plaque, ...
It's early....well, it's 9 am and we are departing this lovely marina with wonderful people who treated us well and kept the boat safe since we left last December.
We are on the transient dock because we saw rain coming yesterday morning and decided to delay our leaving one more day.
We are headed about 40 miles or so up the Tennessee river to the town of ...