Comfort Inn & Suites North Little Rock
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Arrived in Little Rock about 5:00 PM. Travel was uneventful with good weather and very little traffic which is the way we like it. We had a great evening exploring the Little Rock River District which was near our hotel. There was a large farmers' market with lots of local products. The produce looked great - especially the peaches. Too bad we would have to leave them In a hot car so we passed. We ate at a restaurant ...
... to help serve dinner to the homeless in the area. We really wanted to do this as we thought that this would be an excellent experience for the kids but I lost his card with the contact information during the rest of our bike trip :(
We made our way over to the "Big Dam Bridge" which is "This famous 4,200 foot structure is the longest pedestrian/cyclist bridge in the world built solely for recreation"
... It slowed the travel abit, but no accidents or incidents, so all is well.
Logan and Kegan were excellent drivers today and put a lot of the road miles on the rigs, giving Dawn and I some rest on the way here.
Eric and I listened to the World Cup match between Brazil and Chile. If you missed it, you missed an exciting game. The match went in to overtime with no additional score ...
... about 8.2 seconds. I look forward to more swimming opportunities for this reason. Ali and I were also recently voted "most likely to be taken home to meet mom and dad," so that's a fun fact. Anyways, today we broke up two century rides with a build day, serving Pulaski County Habitat for Humanity. Ali and I made the initially brilliant choice to catch the second van shuttle to the worksite, which resulted in some nice down time lounging around in the beautiful church youth ...
... 30 years ago and needed heavy renovations. The rest of the group had been there all morning and it was basically like starting a new house, everything had become so warped from the fire. After we wrapped up, we were able to squeeze in some poolside time before dinner at the church and our "Secret Stalker" reveals. Second century ...