Highway 27 Fishing Village
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Tuesday morning I made a telephone call to my sister in Dallas, TX, to see if we could get together along the road in the near future. It turned out that their schedule only allowed a visit this week. So.......
Wednesday, October 1st - Travel from Branson, MO to Hot Springs, AR
Both parties swung into action and hit the roads Wednesday morning for a rendezvous at Hot Springs, AR, Lake Catherine Campground, arriving ...
... we leave here, and looking forward to that.
Still doing a lot of online reviewing of motorhomes for sale - wondering what awaits us once we get to Texas!
Per Shanna Wimpee - next time we're here we should check out Lake Ouachita State Park - full hookups, 50 amp power, right on the lake (Site 25. Loop A.), current price $30/night. We'll take a ride out and check that out one day, too, as long as we're here!
Sure enjoyed Arkansas--stunning scenery with the mountains, forests, rivers, lakes, and fabulous state parks.
Loved wandering through the Ozarks meeting so many friendly people.
Time to head back to Florida, through Mississippi and Georgia doing very little sightseeing on the way. Chores to get done before going to the ...
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Smokin' in Style BBQ
Combo meal: half rack ribs, great smokey flavor, fall off the bone tender; 1# pulled pork, excellent, very juicy, best we've had; 1# brisket, just ok; sausage, very good; half chicken, juicy and tender; piece of catfish, gook; 3 sides all great--baked potato salad, fries, beans, nice smokey flavor. Banana pudding, ...
... laid claim to it first then Al Capone and the mob. It was for the protection of the springs, so the government had built some bathhouses and allowed some private bathhouses to be built. In 1921, it became the 18th National Park. Traces of minerals and an average temperature of 143 F give the waters whatever therapeutic properties that it might have. The water is scientifically regulated and the park collects 700,000 gallons a ...