Baymont Inn & Suites Fort Smith
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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.
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Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
... out of bed and getting around and
ready to leave, Mary and I left for the airport shortly after 5:45 am.
I truly enjoy flying out of the Fort Smith airport. It is small and therefore very personal, and it is modern, neat and clean. After flying in and out several times during the 3 years we've lived here some of the airport personnel now recognize me. they are friendly and efficient. Of course being so small the counter ...
... Interestingly, though, we kept bumping into Route 66, since it apparently parallels 40 and we've been on so many parts of this, it was humorous. Well, you'd have to be on this trip with us to get the humor.
So, AlStays, in invaluable app for any RVer pointed us to a casino, the Luck Star where we stayed with an electric site, for FREE, the best word in the English language, while the Tufie pulled a few. Had a nice dinner, slept ...
... and the moving map indicated that we were no longer headed straight for Dallas. In fact, we started tracing a long "race-track" pattern just east of Springfield, MO.
Shortly the Captain came on the intercom to tell us that severe weather was moving into the Dallas area, and the control towers had asked us to go into a holding pattern even though we were still about 500 miles away from Dallas. We remained in this holding pattern ...
... in Accra anyway…
We landed in Accra smoothly, and the pilot was able to make up a little time in the air. There is only one runway at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, and the plans all park on a very large tarmac area and staircases are wheeled up to the planes so passengers can disembark. The tower ordered our pilots to stop just as soon as we turned off the runway and shut down our engines. A tug would come ...