BEST WESTERN Inn
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... the University area. Then I gave up and left town. Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park restored me to a good mood. This was the site of a bloody December 1862 battle where the Confederates were finally forced to withdraw, leaving the Union army in control of Arkansas and Missouri and in control of supply lines through them. The 20th Wisconsin Infantry suffered the heaviest casualties for the Union army. The park has a museum and video, many buildings from that period, a ...
... by there by midday today, so we're much father along than planned.
<b><i><u>We're off to Amarillo... </u></i></b>sounds like a song... 8:15am (CT): Morrilton, Arkansas. After a quick planning session, we've decided to at least get to Amarillo today (should be there be late afternoon). Margaret found a nice KOA there and we need to hook up tonight to dump ...
... arriving at our campsite around 4:30. Hopefully this rain clears up soon. Update (7:50pm central time) Me and Nick have made it to Arkansas and to our campsite at Petit Jean State Forest. We are at the table about to have dinner at the lodge they have here. We both ordered burgers and cannot wait. Our campsite is nice and with it being the middle ...
We get to State Park by 4pm just before the thunder storms start rolling in. It was very quiet in the camp. We where the only ones there, it felt erie. Since it was a cold, wet night we decide its the perfect time to hide away and watch a movie.
The next day Gordon wakes up with a slight head cold. Since it is still cold and raining on and off we decide its a good to do nothing day.
... snake. I tied off the lines to trees, then slid the snake skins back and unrolled my hammock -- and was virtually done. A bit of messing around with some stakes and it was all set. It took some fiddling to get it perfect, but I can see me bringing my time down to just a couple minutes after I've been setting it up every day for weeks.
Benson and I wandered around for a bit after setting up camp, but we didn't have much of a view with the clouds ...