Ozark Bluff Dwellers Cabins
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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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.
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Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
... and started thinking about what to do. I was kinda freaking out. Should I drive an hour to another trail head? Should I go a couple hours south and get on a different trail? I decided I needed to at least try to hike the trail, and that's what I have done. It hasn't been easy. That thought of quitting stuck with me the whole first 2 days. There has been a lot of struggles to this trail but like always it had its payoffs too. I know I'm alone in these woods ...
... in the 30s; any black man treating a white man like this would have been fired - that and probably lots worse. The first service was a 20 minute tub bath at a maximum temperature of 100° which was a lot like a bath with a reversed vacuum shoved in one end. "Jus' sit back an' relax now." It seemed like an order. Just before moving to the next activity the old man scrubbed my legs and back with a loafer. It was the most uncomfortable experience ...
... if I pussy around being scared and riding at 60% then how can I improve my ability? If I ride at 110% then I might learn something, or end up in hospital. So I have been blasting the trails. Backing it in, spinning it up, you know how the GOBs do it. "Speed is your friend, what could possibly go wrong?"
It could have been that the trails are easier, it could have been my increased confidence, it could have been the old "No Fear No ...
... store and wine cellars. The wine tasting is free in this region and most of the stops we could try as many as we wanted within reason. My limit is three tastings but not George. The tour here of their manufacturing plant was very interesting. Continuing on down the road we passed by the St. Mary’s Catholic Church that was built in 1902 in the Roman Basilical style. It is known for its paintings and ornate goldleaf work. Local people ...