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... It was warm enough that I put my bathing suit on and headed to the pool to take a quick dip. There wasn’t much of a crowd there but a few diehards were sunning themselves. I did what I could to stay in the shade. After being sufficiently cooled, I headed back home to do some more writing.
Before I did, though, I rinsed my stuff out in the hose to get the chlorine out. That gave me the idea to let Harley play in the water a bit to cool himself ...
... we decided to call it a day and went in search of a cheap hotel with an outdoor pool. We got lucky and checked in and went for dip in the pool to cool down. While in the pool we kept hearing a loud bussing noise from one end which turned out to be a swarm of big fat ugly bugs called cicadas. The swim was followed by ...
My phone alarm went off at 6.00am. It was only 4 hours sleep, so I thought I would track down the offending buzzing noise and turn it off. I wanted to get back out to the airport as soon as possible, to see if my Bride had second thoughts. We walked our way back through the hotel and ordered from Starbucks in the foyer of the hotel. The Horsehoe Tunica is in the middle of nowhere, but it has a Starbucks. I know what you're thinking but Starbucks makes the best coffee ...
... next morning - perfect. We did this on our trip to Red Bay and arrived in Alabama enjoying the dogwood trees, wisteria and red buds on the way.
We knew it would be busy in Red Bay - this is the time of year that the 'snow birds' (the northern Americans and Canadians who Winter in the South) visit Red Bay for their repairs as it's on the way home. We had never seen it like this though, there ...
... tastings at Kentucky's Jim Bean distillery was enough to put me off again however. Twenty four types of bourbon, tasted like 24 varieties of petrol.
Our little 9 hour venture to Ohio took us up to one of the country's most northern states. That venture meant the next day, we had to drive all the way back down to the southern state of Alabama. The few thousand religious signs indicated we had entered The Bible Belt of the south. Some of the signs were ...