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Travel Blogs from Bald Knob
Full day off-road today and some serious heat. 200miles.
Leaving the smaller agricultural economy of Mississippi for the hugely mechanised farming of Arkansas.
We are in the Mississippi delta and it is very flat and very wet and very big.
Farming here is on a massive scale.
To explain what we are seeing is not easy.
We are wondering where the towns are and why there are some great houses on the middle of nowhere in amongst the ...
... so happy, we can now move on with our journey. Have to wait until Monday to get our money. So another weekend at good old Searcy.
Bad tornadoes predicted again this afternoon for Oklahoma, St. Louis and Kansas.
We took off at approximately 3pm on Monday. Heading towards Nashville, Tennessee. Drove for a few hours and stayed the night at East Memphis RV ...
... it is a virus, and am also suffering from bad hayfever/sinus allergy. Off to the pharmacy next day to pick up medication, $189 please. Ed said "Geez you better not get sick anymore!" Now have to deal with Travel Insurance people for reimbursement, reckon that won't go smoothly.
Monday 27th and we decided to take off to Memphis, Tennessee for a couple of days and then back to Searcy in the hope ...
... we took the Motorhome for its first drive to get Gas and Fuel, or as they say it over here "Propane and Gas". Bit daunting for Ed on his maiden voyage, but handled it well. I felt sooo weird sitting on the 'driver's side' without a steering wheel!!
Friday was 0 degress all bloody day, must admit was pretty to see snowflakes again. We went to Little Rock to check out some of the sights. Visited the William J Clinton Presidential Library (didn't see anything about Monica??) ...
17th Oct cont.
Tow truck arrived at around 1pm and turned out to be a 'mom & pop' company, now run by their son, but they still did the occasional tow. After a bit of flaffing around they managed to line up the gear only to have to get Dean to align the wheels properly. Then we were on our way. Good Sam had recommend a radiator place in Forest City but as this tow company had their own garage we decided to go there. One reason was we ...