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... Then the land changed! We passed through Alley Spring in the Ozark National Scenic Riverway and hit a 15% grade wall for half a mile. This hill was repeated numerous times in the next 30 miles. The saving grace was the beauty of the hardwood forests and the relatively light traffic along the ...
... stopped over briefly and then John and I worked on re-organizing our loft area. We still have a lot of space in our storage under the RV so we boxed up some stuff from the loft that we didn’t need instant access to and moved them down below. Griffin didn’t know what to do with all of the extra space up there…I set up a free box outside of our home for people to go through. When we lived in Oregon, people in our ...
... Area. This long narrow park was created by the damming of the Tenn. River
on the east and the Kentucky River on the west. Fishing, boating, camping and
wildlife watching are the main pursuits here. Folks are friendly with southern
drawls as thick as molasses in January.
We stayed for 2 nights at Energy Lake Campground... pretty spot overlooking the
lake, close to nice ...
... not to get stuck. We end up camping at a designated spot with a picnic table but Way to close to the noisy road. Saturday September 8th Cook breakfast and pack up in our normal relaxed fashion, Bob jumps in our car and shuttles us to our starting point. Did 20+ mile 'cause river was moving fast...the first 6-7 miles were the prettiest, but there is a nice spring on the right about 8-10 miles short ...
... I was drenched in sweat with very irritating mosquito bites. I wasn't asleep until around 2am. Woke up at 6am to be on the road by 7am in an effort to beat the heat. Unfortunately the temperature picked up quite quickly before noon, and even though we banged out 32ish miles before then, the following 7 hours consisted of the hottest weather I've ever experienced. Brent and I were dripping in sweat, and must ...