Candlewood Suites Conway
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... similar to our North Market. Unfortunately, it was in the low 40's, otherwise I would have ridden on the bike trail that traverses the river twice and forms a 14 mile loop. Damn weather..
I was first through the doors as the William J. Clinton Presidential Library opened at 9 in the morning. The building is glassy, shiny, and flashy. Being somewhat frugal, it amazed me at all the wasted space surrounding the glass exterior walls. It is ...
... out of the 6 choices of octanes at the gas stations? Or perhaps by counting the number of oil derricks you pass in one mile? Many years later we arrived in NM, which was a great change of scenery as you immediately start seeing mountains in the distance and start ascending. This is where the temps started dropping and wind really picked up. Arriving in Raton, NM we easily found our hotel I ...
Really sad to leave Graceland's and Memphis, absolutely loved every minute of it. Another early start as we have a 290 mile journey to make to Arkansas were we are staying at the Queen Wilhelmina campsite 2000 miles up in the mountains. We have decided not to go to hot springs as apparently they have better ones in San Francisco I must say I ...
Well hi everyone. From real country to the city. YIKES We spent a day, maybe two in Oklahoma. So many surprises. #1 it seems very poor to me and every where we went so many places were closed, and that included gas stations. For sure premium, which is what M J puts in the bike is pretty scarce and so ...
... how economical the truck is while towing, but have all the data to determine it.
The tractor-trailer traffic all the way from Nashville to Little Rock, Arkansas, was as crowded as I have ever seen it, and moved at a pretty constant 70 mpg. As we crossed the Mississippi River at Memphis, Cynthia commented that she was disappointed because if did not appear to be any "Mightier" to her than the Catawba River back home.