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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Tulsa early heading for Heber Springs for the night. Snap & I are having a few drama's with the GPS on the Ultra's as it gives you turning instructions right at the point of turn, so we've missed some turns or been in the incorrect lane to turn.
After passing through Siloam Springs & Fayetteville we rode up into the mountains towards Kingston & Compton. A 2 hour detour across to the 'Pig Trail' which is a great ride. Lush vegetation and trees line up ...
It took me a full minute to remember what town I am currently in. Wow. People ask me all the time at the gate where we're going next and I’ve had to admit I don’t even know where we are. I was talking about that with Lamount and he said he gets the same thing at the camel rides…we both agreed we don’t want to make the townspeople think they’re just one more town in a line of towns, but sometimes it feels that ...
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. ...
... 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 ...