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Travel Blogs from Mena
... Scenic Drive” and drove about 30 miles into Oklahoma; it was a beautiful drive with plenty of scenic overlooks of the valley. For dinner we met Sue & Al’s son “A. J.” and his significant other “Michelle” at the Mexican restaurant, and after dinner we all went back to the house, for an evening of laughs.
... in a thick blanket of white, you couldn’t see 50 feet in front; so we decided to forget this drive for today and return home. A stop at the local train depot which served as a museum was suggested, and agreed upon by all, it was well worth the time as there was a lot of local history on display.
For lunch we went to a local restaurant, the ...
Wednesday May 7, 2014
Leaving Vicksburg we headed west on I-20 across Louisiana
to Shreveport, and from there we headed north on US 71 into Arkansas and our
destination of Mena Arkansas. We arrived
at our good friends, Sue and Al, home late in the afternoon. After an enjoyable dinner at a local restaurant
we spent the evening catching up on what has happened since we last saw them.
... have cut down significantly over the last few weeks and now more often than not, the texts are funny incidents that happen in day to day life on the road that I think will make them laugh. But seriously guys, you’ve been a tremendous help and support system. Thank you. I hope we’re able to be the same for you.
Also, many thanks to my parents, my brother, Chase, and his girlfriend/(for all intents and purposes, my awesome sister-in-law) ...
... they can collapse and pack smaller in the prop truck. Instead of putting a lot of work into the fishing dock, he’s decided to fish out of a barrel instead so he and Oscar bought a blue barrel that we’ll need to clean out and paint the outside of to make it look like a wooden barrel. Even though the barrel won’t break down obviously, it’s much smaller and all of his smaller props can just fit inside of it.