Lake Eufaula Bed And Breakfast
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... some more info, and discovered that it was a good 2 hr detour in addition to the 45 min walk, and the hole was indeed dry... Glad we checked before making our way there!! We explored a couple of other options, but all would have added like 4 hrs to our already long drive, so Dardanelle it was, and we picked up some drive through Sonic that boasted 24 different milkshake flavors including peanut butter and bacon. Blech, we ...
... are the top of a plateau because all the trees are gone and you just have these rolling hills of grass. Once you cross the Oklahoma border, you are back into the treeline. Because it took over an hour and half to get lunch (note to self ... don't eat at the Chili's in Alexandria, LA), we didn't pull into our hotel until after 8pm. Made for a very long day. Two more long days of driving ... but it will be worth it in the ...
... in OK and very windy and it looks like it has the red clay underneath it. The nicest sites are the pull-throughs right next to the water sites C22-32 but those are first come. Reservations can be made for some of the sites. Tables to cut up your fish were at every site since this is a big fishing lake. Bath houses were not that clean but it was in the late afternoon ...
... joined in on the conversation. The locals were all helpful and encouraging. Dorothy's husband even gave us a bag of dried mangos to take with us on the road. Thanks for all your help!
We continued down the road towards Talihina where we stopped at a gas station, an EZ Mart to be exact, to replenish our water supply. We recognized a truck hauling a boat that had passed us earlier down the road and one of the men looked a little familiar. The man chatted with us for a ...
... enjoying the nice weather outdoors
and reading until dinner time. Then we
drove to the nearby city of McAlester for fuel and on to Krebs, or Little
Italy, as it is known in these parts. We
dined at Pete’s Place. It doesn’t sound
very Italian but it is a 4th generation family-owned restaurant and
they brew their own beer, call Choc. The
area industry for years was mining, but when Pete ...
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