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We got out of Washington DC alive. I will admit there were times when I wasn't sure that we would. Having said that, we met some great people and saw a few interesting things, so it was worth the near death experiences.
Leaving DC could not have gone more smoothly. We got through the airport at Baltimore suspiciously easy and the flight was pretty good. Excellent service and comfy seats. We landed in Memphis and immediately got into a rental ...
... sign advertising shea butter products and healing salves for sale, so of course, Emilie asked about them and the woman brought out a box for us to look at. I ended up buying a bar of soap made with honey, lemon grass, shea butter, plaintain peel powder, coconut oil, and aloe vera.
We drove the 18 miles back and arrived a little after 1pm so after delivering laundry, we both had to get ready for the shows. As soon as I got out to the gate, I realized I ...
... things to do in this little out-of-the-way community. One is the Discovery Park of America, just a couple of miles from the main highway through Union City. The other one which we would have loved to visit is Reelfoot State Park. Since we were limited in time and opportunity, we put it on our "to see" bucket list for next time.
... and even parts of larger cities tell another story. Empty buildings, boarded windows, debris. Sad !
It paints a story of disappointments, sadness, tragedies, unfulfilled dreams …..
Where ARE the people who once filled these buildings and played in these yards ? Tossed balls through this hoop ? Swung on this rope abandoned long ago ?
So, now, what’s in ...
... and handed the parking lot attendant $5 to make sure our RV was safe. She gladly took it.
So, we walked the 5 or 6 blocks to the Arch, which is very impressive. It is 630 feet high and is right on the Mississippi. The entry is underground and we had to go through a security setup much like the one we did at Perry. You take a tram up to the top…actually it’s sort of a tram train. They are 8 cars that go up ...