Reelfoot Lake Inn
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... tyre up. They charged me 75 cents to use the air pump! Repeat. THEY CHARGED ME 75 CENTS TO USE THE AIR PUMP! Last time I looked air was free. We had the coins, but that's not the point, they made me pay to pump up a tyre. Arseholes.
Anyways, I introduced Sammie to the high class joys of Taco Bell and Walmart before we settled into our very comfy little hotel to do some laundry and get some sleep, only to dream about bloody air pumps all ...
It's pronounced "New MAD-rid" not “New Muh-DRID”, by the way. I found that out when we stopped by the local grocery store to find out if they had a laundromat in town. “In New MAD-rid? Ohhhh no, we do not. We used to have two, but the owner up and sold them a couple of years back. Your best bet is Sikeston.” Sigh…Sikeston is 18 miles away in the same direction we just came from. Our lot today is very soft… the elephant trailer ...
... the weekend with a good friend who had married a couple of months earlier and moved to join her husband and his family on their dairy farm in Sedalia, Kentucky.
We got the new transmission ordered in Union City Tennessee Friday morning, spent the weekend with our friends on their dairy farm across the border in Kentucky, and ...
CROSSING THE MISSISSIPPI :
REFLECTIONS AND QUESTIONS ? ? ?
As we drive the 20 mile distance through thousands of acres of farmlands from the freeway to the ferry dock, we have some stimulating discussions about our observations over the past days of driving the interstate freeways and now crossing the wide open farmlands. So far, the interstate highways have been what I ...
... at once. They are very small, and if you have claustrophobia, you are in trouble. Plus you are in a very small space with at least 2 or 3 other people. As soon as we got in the car I began getting nauseous and I broke out in a cold sweat. I am not crazy about heights, but going up a steel tunnel 630 feet tall where I have no control is not my piece of pie. When we got to the top, they let you out and there are small windows ...