Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Searcy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Glide & Fatboy. We swapped stories on where we'd been and where we were headed and local customs in the US & Oz. The conversation turned to favourite drinks and before long the six of us were standing around the pool, bottles in hand swigging from our respective favourites.
Snap & Angela educated them to the delights of Bundaberg Rum (Snap & Ange have a bottle each on board) and they in turn let us sample their 'Apple Pie' liqueur. A very nice drop ...
... Kelly Miller has played Ward…I met the mayor and he said that they’ve hosted other events on this lot with success so he was hopeful that we would experience the same thing.
It’s official; the blue barrel that we bought to replace the fishing dock isn’t going to work…quite yet. Maybe it will eventually, but it won’t be the quick fix we were hoping it would be. I painted the outside of it and ...
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 ...
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Today was a travelin' day and we did putting on 474miles in about 9 1/2 hours. Car went perfect not having a problem at all with the Texas summer. Looks like the couple changes made to the cooling system worked. (knock on wood) I know I'm a little way from home yet. Doug did dick today resting for a possible Elvis day tomorrow. ...
... any more certainly in the areas we are visiting and it has taken a while to work out why.
We are crossing vast areas which would have been cowboy trails and transport routes across states. They would have needed to stop and refuel the people and horses at regular intervals.
When the railroad come through it stretched the gaps between stops and changed the centres of population and trading points.
Then the big roads came and now the interstate is ...