Travel Blogs from Sallisaw
... and get to Tunica as quickly as possible.
We have learned that a lot of Route 66 is just road...and it runs right beside the interstate. We also purchased a spiral bound book that you use to guide your travels. It tells about road conditions, and has "RV alerts"...pointing out areas that are too rough, narrow, etc. for an RV. The first part of 66 out of Albuquerque is one of these so we skip it. After that, 66 and I-40 are ...
... Amarillo we past the world's LARGEST wind farm. This farm consisted of over 627 towering wind turbines that generate a full capacity of 781 megawatts - enough to power 230,000 homes. This was a 1 billion $ project. So much for wind power eh Tom.
Historic Route 66 highway has run side-by-side with us all the way from Nevada. This small, windy road has little to zero traffic with business after business that has shut down and ...
... Now this is certainly not a name I expected to see around THESE parts, so I photographed it and put it up on my Facebook. Within minutes, 2 of my knowledgeable Mississippi network members (and later, a 3rd) educated me (and the rest of my network) that apparently there was a fair population of Jewish settlers to the MS and AR Delta region in the 1800s...little did I ...
... to find another cache at the Tennessee Central Earthquake Consortium and we left one travel bug.
Temps today are low 80's with cloud coverage and 20 percent humidity! Beautiful. Saw gas for $3.13 again...you guessed it...didn't need it!
We crossed into Arkansas as virgins…neither of us had ever been to this state…very cool.
We passed thru cities like Olive Branch, Forrest ...
... bowl, add Squash, Onion, Margarine, Sugar, Salt, Black Pepper, Eggs,
Cornbread Crumbs and Evaporated Milk. Mix all ingredients thoroughly. It is preferable
to use a table-top mixer with the paddle attachment.
When thoroughly mixed pour into a greased 10 X 12 pyrex.
Place in a pre-heated oven at 375 degrees.
Bake for 35 minutes.
Add Shredded Cheddar, and bake for an additional 10 ...