After we left Wet Memphis, we only drove about a hundred miles the next day, to Corinth, Mississippi. We have stayed at the Gun Club RV Park near Corinth before, and that is where we parked for the night. We stopped in Corinth so that we could meet up with my friend, Rachel, who write a blog called Yellow Tennessee. We have been online friends for several years, and finally got a change to meet.
Fabgrandpa and I met Rachel and her family at Ruby Tuesday in town for dinner. Rachel has two children, who are 5 years old and 20 months old. Her baby girl is adorable! Well, so is her son, but that little girl was so cute. She was wearing pink cowboy boots that zipped up the side. If I could find boots like those in my size I’d get some for me! Rachel said Josephine would not wear shoes, would fight to take them off the minute they went on, until she let her pick her own shoes out at the store. And she picked the pink cowboy boots.
The next morning, we got on the road for the last day of our trip home. Driving through Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia in the fall is such gorgeous scenery. The best thing about crossing the Georgia line meant we’d be home in less than half an hour.