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... far, and did much today. We have a full load of fuel and propane...and we're ready for the storm.
Quote of the day- "I understand now....when people from out west say that we're wasting water where we live. It's SO different here and there."- Laurie
Song of the day- Ain't nothin' wrong with that- Robert Randolph and the Family Band
... At just $13.50 per night, I get cable TV, water, elec, and sewer. About 5 minutes after I pulled into the site, I was inundated with a swarm of hundreds upon hundreds of ladybugs, all over the outside of the MH and a few getting inside. Moved the MH to a site without a tree and they didn't follow. One of the campers said he thought ladybugs could be migrating. Has anyone had a similar experience with ladybugs? This time ...
1000. Breakfast at the Arcade Restaurant. Sweet potato pancakes & biscuits & gravy! Yum! 1130. Went to the Elmwood cemetery. It's a historical site & I like looking at old cemeteries. They have such great stories to go with them. It was hot & we ...
... Memphis at Gus's Famous Fried Chicken. It was soooo good! Then we checked into our hotel, the Doubletree, & took a nap. 1800. Woke up finally & went out to Bealle Street. We walked around & it was a bunch of bars, old people, & just a good ole good time. It was neat! 1900. Went down to the Peabody Hotel to get Mando a mint julep & then upstairs to the roof to see the ducks. The hotel was ...
... worth living if we didn't go there! Very picturesque. Had a wander round the town and ended up in Puckets boathouse by the river for a coffee. Took loads of photos and then set off looking for the Carlton Plantation - the house which was the subject of 'The widow of the South'. Book Val had been reading about the Civil War battle of Franklin, Nov 30th 1864. Took a while to find the place but then managed to park up, ...