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... was a reproduction of the White House Cabinet Room. The guide explained the relevance of the seating arrangements which proved to be very interesting. The Clinton Oval Office was very nice and popular, generating lots of questions. The Bush #43 museum sets the gold standard though, allowing guests to walk about the room. The Clinton oval office was only viewable through a few doorways. In a discussion with the tour guide, I questioned why their was ...
... we were moving off next day.
We found a road which pointed towards the river, but it must have been eluding us. But after driving along unsealed roads, we ended up at a cross roads. By this time I was needing to go you know where, and feeling peckish.
To our delight we found a restaurant beside the lake. Not much to look at, but when we were served our food, it was scrumptious. The lady running ...
... to shore and returned the canoe. After our little excursion, we packed up camp, and took our showers. Shane went and found one of the geocaches hidden in the park while he was waiting on me. Then we hit the road. We had lunch in the town of Monticello at an Italian restaurant called Panorama Ristorante. We split a sausage pizza and both had side salad, both were good. We made our way to Pine Bluff which was going to ...
... mind and said it was ok. We didn't get to order so much though. Our option was one burger or two, fries or no fries. So we got two burger and one order of fries. Which were good. The burger was juicy and we appreciated the meal. After lunch we visited a historical house and drove around a historical neighborhood that was sadly ran down. We also visited a replica of Fort Curtis. Then we headed south to Cane Creek State Park. We passed over the ...
... this trip as we aren't really going anywhere.
Susie: Are we there yet?
Susie: How about now?
And so it goes.
We've been enjoying the satellite radio in the rental car. We tend to go back and forth between something with 'porch' in the title that seems to be folk music (loosely translated) and the '60's on 6' channel. The latter just probably because it's ...
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