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Travel Blogs from Ozark
Well, today we stayed on Route #9, off the major highways, as is our plan. You see a lot more, that's for sure. But I felt like... ****? ...hell? ....like Linsay Lohan in rehab? like landing in a maximum security prison with Bubba?....don't know, just struggled. Usually I'm energectic, funny, full of sage observations, but today, somebody please SHOOT ME! Tomorrow, I'll bounce back.
Not much to report on this bog, ...
... Later in the evening, we rented paddle boats. They had single boats but they were made more for adults. Neither Duncan or Maggie's legs were long enough. They had to switch to the paddle boat for two. We rented for 30 minutes and I wondered if they would last that long in such close proximity to each other. Sure enough they began fighting over who got to steer the paddle boat. I was on the shore and they ...
... They sound almost like tropical birds they are so loud. I have never heard anything like it. Tomorrow I will take some pictures of the site. It is in the Ozarks. The woods are quite pretty. Today we drove from Kansas through Oklahoma and crossed the border into Arkansas. I am hoping to leave a bit earlier tomorrow so we can see where we are and the kids can swim or do any other offered activities. ...
Hello everyone today was a sad day. We got up and took a long drive to Moore, Oklahoma. Which is where the recent tornado hit on May 20, 2013. We were hoping to volunteer in the city but unfortunately all the volunteer centers were closed on Sunday. Most of the debris had been removed from all the homes. We went to Plaza Towers Elementary School where seven ...
... 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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