The White River Inn
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... things where done and made in years go by. We end up spending more time here than expected but was interesting to see all the arts and crafts.
Our last stop is Blanchard Springs Caverns. We get there in time for the last tour of the day.
... grocery store. Roger is the CEO of this grocery store chain so even though we just ran in to get a couple items, Roger was checking things out to see how well the store is being run. We drove up a little before closing time & 2 employees were sitting outside. No problem except they were the ONLY employees there. They didn't even bother to follow us inside. Roger had to go outside to get someone to check us out. He told them who he ...
... up much less walk. The card players had to play some more before retiring. As I am writing this, I can hear the men bringing the game table back inside so I am assuming they are calling it quits. So I better say goodnight, too.
I've got to share with you what just happened. Jim was trying to turn off the TV & apparently the house's security system is tied to it so that when the TV is turned off, the alarm is set. ...
The river fluctuates depending on electric generation. All 8 generators and the river will be up 8 to 10 feet. Just 3 to 4 generators and it will be up only 5 feet. The good news is generation usually starts close to lunch. So get out early and get your fishing in before lunch. Then sit back ...
... through water-carved passageways, under the natural entrance, along the cave stream, and through enormous rooms with beautiful formations. (The steps sound intimidating, but they weren't that bad because of stopping frequently. Only one area where you go up about 200 steps.) Saw a couple of bats whizzing by. Wish I had worn latex gloves; ...