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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as well. Did the laundry next door to the grocery. Tired of moving so much. Drove to Eufaula State Park...another gigantic, over sized park, just huge with golf course, air strip, nature center, and no one here! We got a real nice site on a bluff overlooking the lake (Lake Eufaula, a man made Corp lake). Water is grayish. Wouldn't want to swim in it but see that they have a swimming area. $26 for ...
... and warm-hearted people today…what a nice town to spend a day in. As Cliff said, no one’s in a huge rush around here and everyone knows each other, so it makes for a very welcoming atmosphere. We were even told to keep the combination code to the gate lock at the fairgrounds in case we ever pass through there again and need a free place to stay. I really love small towns and I’m really humbled by how inviting they’ve been to us…
... was 2 lanes, now we can make some time. I drove until 1:18pm. We stopped, in Russellville, AR., got gas, hunted for a park to make sandwiches, but to no avail. Instead of wasting more time we saw a DQ and got their $5 lunch. Back on I-40, and guess what, right into construction. Stop and go, 40mph at most. I started looking on the maps and Ipad for tonight's place to camp. We entered Oklahoma at 2:40pm. 77 degrees and beautiful. Stopped at a rest ...
... getting their bikes in position, but only by 5 minutes (actually the rest were early and they were on time). There was an accident in the Posse up area when a bike went over at slow speed and unfortunately fell on the pillion due to a negative camber. She was taken to hospital suffering from concussion, he was ok. They are from Illinois so after he returned to the hotel from being at the hospital he rode home and was returning in his car to pick his wife up. ...
... traffic was so heavy on both interstate and cross roads. Decided it would be a hassle so we kept trucking.
Made it to Muskogee in eastern Oklahoma about 25 miles north of I40 as I wanted to stay at HI Express and none on interstate. A long and tiring day. Tomorrow its through Arkansas to Jackson, TN which is 70 miles north of Shiloh. ...