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Fayetteville was frustrating to me this morning. I had a list of four places to go. Two were no longer where the Internet and guidebook said they were, one had no parking -- the Clinton House where they lived when they taught at the University. The one I did see was the Confederate Cemetery where I parked in a no-parking area. Streets and highways in Arkansas often have two to five names or numbers but the maps usually just identify one, so I drove around and around. I did ...
<b><i><u>Rise and Shine...</u></i></b> well cloudy in Arkansas.... 6:45am (CT): Morrilton, Arkansas. We woke up at 6:45 this morning and got a pot of coffee going. Steve went into Walmart to get an ace bandage for his leg and reflective tape for the trailer. After eating a quick breakfast were ready to hit the road. Agenda for today was to make it to Oklahoma City, OK. ...
We are back on the road headed to our campsite west of Little Rock, Arkansas. Still in Texas now and going through some crazy rain storms. Of course in Texas we have seen the biggest rain drops yet on this trip. We are 200 miles out of Oklahoma City and as of now there are no tornadoes on the radar. Today will be another nine hour drive and we ...
Happy Mother's Day to all you wonderful Mother's.
We pack up and head into town to have lovely breakfast at the Peabody Hotel. During this we find out we can go up to the roof to see the Ducks since we can't be here at 11am when they come down and walk the Red Carpet to the fountain where they spend the day.
After that we start our 4 hour drive towards Petit Jean State Park. We can now check Arkansas off our ...
... one benefit of my hammock presented itself. While I was still not as efficient and practiced as I will be fairly soon, it was still much easier stringing up my hammock than setting up a tent, and much less water got inside it than made it into the tent. My hammock and the tarp were all wrapped up in what are called snake skins, which is a quite appropriate name. They're thin, waterproof coverings that slide over the rolled-up hammock, causing it to look like ...