Monthly Archives: January 2011

Natchez Trace

Teresa left early this morning to return to Indiana before the nasty weather arrives there.  There is a winter storm warning for freezing rain and up to 12 inches of snow.  This is bad enough that it may result in … Continue reading

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Clarksville, TN

That white stuff on the ground next to that holly bush is snow!  Time to head south!  Actually, we will be going south again tomorrow as there is a weather alert for the northern states that we want to run … Continue reading

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Clarksville, TN

Following Bernie We were not happy with where we were camped so we put our heads together and decided to go a bit further north to Clarksville, TN.  Bernie drove the RV and Teresa and I followed in her car, … Continue reading

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Memphis, TN

Green Stuff!!! This is the bridge over the Mississippi River and the Memphis skyline. The free app I use on my smartphone has a bug in it…I think the gas prices it showed me yesterday for Minnesota were actually for … Continue reading

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Dallas, TX

All we did today was drive again… around 437 miles.  Get me out of the desert!!  I need civilization. hahaha.  We’re in a Walmart parking lot somewhere in Dallas, TX.  No pictures today, I couldn’t find anything interesting enough to photograph. … Continue reading

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Fort Stockton, TX

The drive back thru west Texas is not very exciting.  The mountains fade away and the terrain becomes dull and boring.  Just drive.  We drove 346 miles today, ending up in Fort Stockton, TX.  The most exciting part of the day … Continue reading

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Deming, NM

Before we left Mesa this morning I just had to get a picture of this cell phone tower. This was a rest area at Texas Canyon in New Mexico. We saw this at the Texas Canyon rest area.  It’s probably … Continue reading

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