Americas Best Value Inn West Memphis
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Thursday 01 to Friday 02 October
Should we go or should we stay – and if we go, where to? We had planned to go to Atlanta but the weather there was not forecast to improve for several days; going west seemed to be the best option if we were not to stay put in Bowling Green until after the weekend.
The EZ packed, oil topped up, we said our goodbyes to the guys in the FBO and followed an executive jet out to the taxiway. 'Once we reach the ...
... desert to more desert, to beautiful red rock walls and cliffs running for miles and miles in New Mexico (eat your heart out Sedona), to pancake flat terrain in Texas to rainy and verdant Oklahoma and Arkansas. In the past 2 days we've enjoyed vast areas of beautiful yellow, white, lavender and red wildflowers. Oklahoma’s rivers and lakes
don’t resemble ...
... cool air! As quickly as we could, we headed back to camp and were hooked up with electric and in bed ASAP!
This morning we left camp at 8:50, making for the Tennessee border! The sky was very hazy most of the day...smog? Humidity? Who knows? We also had some strong winds most of the day making it more challenging to drive to say the least. At 10:25 we made the necessary due east turn onto I-40...the direct road to home! Shortly after that we stopped for fuel paying ...
... taxi ranks at the other end of the airport, rather than let Sam walk on her gammy leg.
After our nice experience with the car rental people, we got hosed by the taxi people, $31 to get from the airport to the hotel. Capitalist swine! At the hotel we were informed that they had a shuttle we could have used for considerably less. That's ok, we made good use of the service later.
... teacher. He spoke for the full 90 minutes we were on the boat, talking about the history of Memphis, the river, the towboat captains, and the natural disasters on this part of the river. The Mississippi flows south from Minnesota to New Orleans but after an earthquake in the early 1800s, a section of the river near Memphis flew north for three days until the fault was filled. Amazing. It was a very interesting way to spend a sunny ...