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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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.
Morning today came much too early! After running the circuit yesterday (Sabbath) we
came home, and after sunset finished packing and getting ready to leave. There
was one last trip to walmart to pick up one or two needed items (isn't there
always a last minute stop??) so by the time I was ready to turn in it was after
The alarm at 4:30 am seemed much to early, but as usual,
the clock was correct. ...
... supposedly, so there's an awful lot of open (read, boring) space. You can make good time, though, by putting this Axis on cruise control and let 'er fly. We stayed at 70mph across the rest of New Mexico, past Tucumcari (pronounce that right, why don't you?), into Texas panhandle, and kept going through Amarillo (a bigger town that we thought), saw a lot of billboards, and into Oklahoma. Holy ****, man, we're cruising' right along, ahead ...
... for me that night with jetlag and all. But when you can't keep your eyes open no matter what - I guess I might as well sleep while I can!
When I woke up I used the TV screen on the back of the seat in front of me to find the moving map, showing our position. That allows me to watch our progress, and take note of all the places we've lived over the years that we were flying directly over or near.
I noticed a slight shift in ...
... the way up already. After the meal was over and all the trays cleared, I reclined again to try and get some rest, but he grabbed my shoulder and asked that I raise my seat again because it was “in his face”. Heavy sigh, but no since arguing. I looked and he had his reclined as did the fellow in front of me. But this man would never understand the irony or selfishness of his request, so I just let it go. Only a few more hours and ...