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Jun 10, 2011 - SAULSBURY TN

SAULSBURY On the trip to sounds very Tennessee I was unrelated because we were going to be in our member campsite for the first time since leaving Arizona. The .remainder of our trip to Arkansas was very easy travel over good and relatively flat roads. The roadway in this area is surrounded once again by beautiful farmland. Never did I realize the extent of rice being grown in Arkansas. I have included a picture of one of the rice patties that was visible as we traveled along. This was only one of thousands, however. We crossed the...

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Sep 17, 2010 - On to Tennessee !

I drove to southern TN today to a Thousand Trails campground – Cherokee Landing. It may have been a nice park years ago, but it was really neglected and spooky because there couldn’t have been more that 10 rigs in the whole place—and it is huge. All up and down hills in the woods. It was deserted enough that when I drove down to the pool—deserted—there was a deer grazing next to it. I decided I didn’t want to swim, it was just too deserted. I went back to the rig and locked the door, twice. I had no trouble, never really saw anyone else,...

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MOM'S MEANDERINGS

Apr 16, 2010 - Saulsbury,TN

We are at Cherokee Landings in Saulsbury,TN, this is in the middle of no where,as Jimmy would say you have to go to "Nowhere" and turn right to get here. The campsites are difficult to get into (not for Jim) it makes me nervous. Almost all of the campsites are mounded up to TRY to make them level, our coach's back wheels are at the edge of the back of the site, which makes our bedroom hang over the edge of a 30 ft. drop or more. Anyway it is quiet and pretty and we have nice neighbors. Saulsbury has a restaurant called "THE BEST FOOD IN...

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Apr 15, 2008 - Starting the big move

We are now in Saulsbury, Tennesee after a two day trip from Bridgeport, Texas, including a stay in a Walmart parking lot in Arkansas. The weather turned much colder, but it was much colder in Texas too. We are noticing the higher humidity also. We will stay here for two nights and then on to Hohenwald, Tenn.(near Nashville on the Natchez Trace highway). We will stay there for about a week then on to the Mammoth Cave National Park area in Kentucky for another week. We will then move on up to Ohio and then on to Bath, NY at Hickory Hill on...

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