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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.
Hope everyone is well.
Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
Got to spend a day with our friends Alice & Doug. Had a great lunch in an Irish Pub in Branson Landing and were provided a tour of Branson. The Big Cedar Lodge, which is owned by the owner of Bass Pro is something to see. It's a remote haven of natural beauty and luxury in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. The place is hundreds of acres of lodging, golf courses, a church, park like paradise, etc. and has views of Table Rock Lake. ...
... across the panhandle of Texas with huge beef cattle ranches and cheap gas ($3.19/gallon). Near Amarillo, the map showed an icon for historic Cadillac ranch. I thought it was a bordello but I was way wrong. Out a ways in a field, a farmer planted ten old cadillacs up to the side mirrors of the cars. Passersby decorate the cars with layer after layer of colorful spray paint. There were ...
... I did. He covered my back with the hot towel and told me to lay down and relax. Another hot towel was placed across my front torso. Then I was cocooned in a white sheet and left to cool. I wondered if a timer would go off when I was done; I imagined someone tapping my head with a teaspoon, sprinkling me with salt. I dozed a little. Next thing he's unwrapping me. "Are you having a massage?" "Yes," I apologised. "I need it." The old man pointed to ...
... a pub (bar) the overweight, cross eyed barmaid is purely there to serve the beer, but after several, you start to gloss over the fact that she has to stand on a beer case to see over the counter and the fact that you have to help her add up each round (two beers at £2.50 is £5) can be overlooked and if it is her lucky night, you might be asking her how she likes her eggs in the morning.
Well this is where I am with the KLR.
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