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... leaving just the policy number page safe in my bag. After about an hour we managed get the fire going but not good enough to cook on. BBQ turned into pan fried sausages and burgers, mild success due to sausages needing more time due to being undercooked. (Don't call me chef). The day ended with game of baseball, good fun had but very tiring( haven't had exercise for 2 weeks). Small bat plus tennis ball made ...
Friday May 9, 2014
Non Travel Day
It had stopped raining overnight but the sky was still
overcast and thankfully the creek has receded somewhat, but it is still over its banks. Because it was cloudy this morning Valerie and Sue went shopping while Jack and Al stayed home to
relax. In the afternoon we went back up to the ...
... Iron” for a very
good meal. When we emerged from the restaurant it was raining heavily, and it continued to rain all afternoon and late into the night. It rained a total of 7 inches today, and the creek in back of their Sue & Al’s home rose several feet, flooding the lower part of their property.
Wednesday May 7, 2014
Leaving Vicksburg we headed west on I-20 across Louisiana
to Shreveport, and from there we headed north on US 71 into Arkansas and our
destination of Mena Arkansas. We arrived
at our good friends, Sue and Al, home late in the afternoon. After an enjoyable dinner at a local restaurant
we spent the evening catching up on what has happened since we last saw them.
... Fieri’s Triple D, Diner’s, Dive’s and Drive-Ins.
The Southern Belle, once a luxury passenger train on the Kansas City Southern Railway came whistling into Heavener for the first time in 1896. By the 1940’s the railway debutante became known as “The Sweetheart of American Trains.” The leisure car once made trips that spanned from Kansas City to New Orleans and carried passengers a distance of 868 luxurious miles in 21 ½ hours.