Baymont Inn & Suites Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We drove about 400 miles today. A little further than we had wanted, but we relaxed when we arrived. We are in a very nice RV park, Arkadelphia RV Park. We have driven through much farmland. Soybeans, corn and now some cotton fields. Farmers are praying for dry weather and wind to dry out their fields. The further south we came, the fields are drying enough and the farmers are busy with their ...
... visiting before the MacDonald's headed home to a Saturday work project. The rain storm last night, which had little effect on our location, created major destruction in the nearby towns of Malvern and Sheridan, AR. We witnessed miles of downed trees and wires making us realize how lucky we were.
No room in the campground for us to stay longer, so we headed south winding up in Jackson, MS for the night.
... we leave here, and looking forward to that.
Still doing a lot of online reviewing of motorhomes for sale - wondering what awaits us once we get to Texas!
Per Shanna Wimpee - next time we're here we should check out Lake Ouachita State Park - full hookups, 50 amp power, right on the lake (Site 25. Loop A.), current price $30/night. We'll take a ride out and check that out one day, too, as long as we're here!
... was right next to the Clinton Library. We did not know it was located in Little Rock. It is a charity we have contributed to over the years most recently this past Christmas when we purchased animals in Andrew, Lily, & Michael's names. They have a great learning center for children and a wonderful cafe. After lunch, we are on our way to Austin. Hope to make it before Ailish's bedtime ...
... 60s. Arkansas began to diversify its economy then and now instead of slavery relies on its service industry to survive, as well as aircraft, steel, tourism...cotton is still grown, and rice. Arkansas is stereotyped as the poor, banjo-picking hillbilly state y'all, a reputation dating back to early accounts of the territory by frontiersmen of the early 1800s. A tough rap considering a lot of those frontiersmen wouldn't have cared too much for ...