“Andra, now you know that Tennessee Trace is crooked as a dog’s hind leg.”

“YES, DAD.”

“And mountainous.”

“YEP! MOUNTAINS!”

“That woman told me where I bought that table—”

“I CANNOT BELIEVE YOU BOUGHT THAT TABLE, DAD!!!!!”

“I can sell it.”

Dad selling two

“WE CAN BARELY GET EVERYTHING IN THE CAR NOW, WITH MOM’S THINGS!!!”

“Now, don’t bring my things into this, Andra.”

“Well, you can have those energy pills back, because they didn’t agree with me.”

“What do you mean, didn’t agree?”

“Um…………they gave me gas.”

“So, THAT’S what’s been wrong with me.”

Mom walking a few with me. Note the sequins.

Mom walking a few with me. Note the sequins.

“She stinks to high heaven!”

“DAD!!!!!”

“I gotta pull off and go wee.”

“THERE’S NO PLACE TO—”

“Don’t matter. I gotta go.”

The Old Man Car didn’t QUITE end up in a ditch.

That time.

Click here to see the best photos from Day 18 of my Natchez Trace 444-mile walk: Andra Watkins Tumblr

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