Blytheville, Arkansas

Goodbye Memphis.  There are more things to see and do in Memphis, but maybe next year.  This morning we headed 30 miles north to a small town named Blytheville.  We chose this town because it has an RV park that is in the Passport America program and we can stay here for half price.

The RV park isn’t fancy, but it will do for the next two nights.  It was a windy ride over here, so I’m glad we didn’t drive very far.

We need to slow down or we’re going to be in the northern winter cold.  The high here was 51 and it’s cloudy and windy.  Hopefully the next few days will improve.  We did drive by a few farm fields that were flooded.   But we’re not worried about the spring floods here just yet.

This is a small town we’re in and not much to see or do.  We got here around noon and decided to go find a restaurant for lunch.  On the internet we found a place called the Dixie Pig.  It had several good reviews from people who have eaten there so that’s where we went.  I think it could have been better.  On the way out of the restaurant I noticed a historical plaque on the ground by the flag pole so went to see what it was about.
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