It was time to leave West Memphis, cross over the Mississippi River, and head out in the general direction of Georgia today, but the final destination was too far–380 some miles. We decided to take a very short drive today and wound up in Corinth, Mississippi at the Corinth Gun Club RV Park. It is a very nice park, with about thirty spaces. They are level, with concrete pads, and full hook ups for $30 a night. They offer discounts for Passport America and Good Sam, neither of which we have since we don’t stay in paid RV parks that much.
We got set up, and went inside to rest a bit. In about half an hour there was a knock on the door. It turned out to be a mobile RV repair guy looking for some work. I asked him if he did any welding, and he replied, yes, he does. It just so happened that we have needed to have one of the supports on the steps to our trailer repaired and have been discussing when and how and where we were going to get this done. And lo and behold, a mobile welder showed up on our doorstep!It only took him about twenty minutes to fix the problem, and then only charged us $40. What a deal, and what a coincidence that he showed up when he did!
When the welder guy was done, we decided to go out for dinner at the Dinner Bell Restaurant in Corinth. We both ordered a fried catfish plate with fries and cole slaw, sweet tea, and then for dessert, he had a brownie sundae that had ice cream and whipped cream on it. Oh! My! All of it was good, but we’ll get to Georgia tomorrow and then we will have to get back to eating right with more veggies and less fried.