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... edge of the road. Great sweeping corners and 10-15mph switchbacks (hairpins). This is the heart of hillbilly country and they have a fiddle & ukulele festival annually.
Heber Springs is built on a massive lake and hosts plenty of water activities, much like Somerset Dam at home. We decided to head directly to our accommodation for a swim and much needed relaxation. We met 2 guys from Omaha Nebraska in the pool, Pat & Steve who were on a 10 day road trip on ...
... We get our route slips the evening before that tell us what route we’re all taking to the next town (that way if we break down, the mechanics will come upon us eventually and help us out) and then we follow those directions at 6am the next morning. As soon as we’re on the lot and especially if there’s nowhere to walk to since we don’t own a car, our entire world is on that lot. It does start to look the ...
Rip Van Wrinkle or Crash N Burn
This was a very long, tedious day of driving. Nothing eventful happened except the driver's stress created by interchange systems at larger cities and road construction along the way. The highlight of the day was the 12, maybe it really was 13 or 14 hours sleep - well needed, for sure. As we woke in the night and then went back to sleep, it felt like we actually slept for several ...
... 2 hours fro Memphis so Graceland is definitely a possibility. Na it's gonna happen. Doug in the jungle room wow!
Bought some salad and sandwich stuff. Can't eat out for a bit yet after that Texas BBQ the last few days.
Still can't get over how great the concert was last night. And meeting the band, Doug etc. I could not have asked for anything more.
... br> What is hard for us to get our heads around is the lack of centres of population. Yes, of course we are not going through cities or suburbs but in our countryside we have towns and villages that have been built over hundreds of years by the need for population to be close to work and sources of income.
With mechanisation of farming and the use of cars and the vast amount of cheap land everything is spread out. It would appear that if you have a small private farm ...