Day 4- Back on the Road!

After a mostly relaxing day in East Texas, we set back out on the road, finishing off Texas, worked through Arkansas, and drove halfway through Tennessee.  Along the way we stopped in Hope, Arkansas, the birthplace of Bill Clinton.  Ironic, huh?  You’d think Obama would have been born in Hope.  Or maybe that was Change.  We also stopped over in Memphis, and walked along the Memphis river.  Here are some pics of the day:

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If you thought Texas was flat, you’ve never been to Arkansas.  In Texas you had hills and mountains off on the side, but Arkansas is for the most part completely flat.  But it was ok because it was mostly farm land and the scenery at least changed.

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This is a historic cobble stoned port that steam paddle boats took port at.

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The great B.B. King.

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3 comments on “Day 4- Back on the Road!

  1. Beth says:

    Arkansas looks a lot like Iowa, Indiana, Illinois… is that all the “I” states? ?? Farm after farm, very flat, some trees here and there between fields of corn and soybeans.
    Are you driving through VA? Blow kisses out the window for me (but not while your passing someone).

  2. BethsMomToo says:

    When you reach WV you’ll have all the hills you could every hope for and you’ll say, “Man, I miss that flat ground!”

  3. Dino says:

    On the road again,
    Boy I’d hate get back going on the road again,
    Traveling with my friends my friends is all that keeps me sane,
    And I’d really hate to get on the road again.

    ON THE ROAD AGAIN,
    LIKE THEY THINK WE’RE THIEVES,THE POLICE FOLLOW US DOWN THE HIGHWAY
    WE’RE LEAST OF FRIENDS
    INSISTING THAT ROB STOP SHOVING OUR WAY…and our way

    On the road again….(Fading humming)

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