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Forgot to post pictures of Arkansas in the previous post. Attached are pictures when we arrive in Arkansas and the roads we travelled. In addition, I posted pictures of the Lake Fort Smith State Park where we stayed. It was an awesome park...our #1 park throughout our travels.
Hope everyone is well.
Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
Got to spend a day with our friends Alice & Doug. Had a great lunch in an Irish Pub in Branson Landing and were provided a tour of Branson. The Big Cedar Lodge, which is owned by the owner of Bass Pro is something to see. It's a remote haven of natural beauty and luxury in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. The place is hundreds of acres of lodging, golf courses, a church, park like paradise, etc. and has views of Table Rock Lake. ...
... motorcycle. I was gonna need something to protect me from all the poison ivy on the next attempt.(I'm already broken out with poison ivy now from work. I really didn't want to get more.) I went across the street and found the actual Ozark Highland Trail. West was blocked by a fallen tree right off the bat, and east the way I had planned on going was grown over ,and had patches where I saw more poison ivy then trail. I went back to my bike, opened up the ...
... culture vanish. The decor is precisely how a bath house would have looked pre-WW2. Only a 78rpm version of Ruddy Vallee's "Blue Heaven" playing on a corner gramophone could have made it more authentic. An old, grey, black gentleman greeted me at the entrance to the bathrooms (wow, this 1930s experience was becoming too authentic). The old man had a crooked posture and a curt, broken English to match. He was a little surly as well. It reminded me I ...
... day today. 240 mile of mostly dirt. I was leading so I took full advantage of the opportunity to give Bill a dirt elevenes, lunch and afternoon tea.
By 3pm he had eaten more dirt than yesterday's intake of hot fat.
We left the Mississippi delta and crossed the Ozark mountains.
Fantastically beautiful so I am told.
I have no idea because today I have mostly been riding like a Gravel God.
I have ...
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