Days Inn Carlisle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... He and I struck up a conversation for a while and I heard some great history of the railroad. On the way back home we went by a bank and we were talking to one of the tellers about Pine Bluff and surrounding area. I was asking her what residents did in the area for a living. She explained that if we were looking for something to do in the area, we needed to find a rocking chair and remote control to stay entertained... ...
Our last stop was with Lauren and Eric, Luke and John William in Little Rock, Arkansas. The boys had a blast swimming and the girls had some great cuzzie time too. Eric even had a break from call and was able to eat dinner with us. We woke up the next morning and headed all the way into New Iberia. The family was waiting for us with a warm welcome. We all agreed 10 days and about 3000 miles across the country was surprisingly fun! And God blessed us with a safe trek ...
Our journey began at the breaking of dawn...
That's a lie. We began when we were awake. It was 8:30. It was light out. Come on, we're not insane!
The first leg of our trip was from Chicago to Little Rock, AK. Mara wasn't going to do any research in the capitol of the Natural State (yes, that is their official nickname), but we were going to spend our first night north of the city on our way to Austin.
The drive south from Chicago ...
... so tall and so thick that you couldn't see traffic traveling the other direction. I was feeling a little claustrophobic.
As we got closer to Little Rock there was a sign that we were on the “Purple Heart Trail” which are roads etc. dedicated to those in the US Armed Forces that have received the Purple Heart medal.
The second Yellow Bird is on the way. With such great tailwinds, I didn't want to stop. A 15 knot push when headed northwest is fantastic. I took off at 6:20 (sorry Lyn, I hope I didn't wake you up) and gassed up in AL at 9:45. On the ground less than 25 minutes and back in the air.
Three hours and twenty minutes later I'm in AR, just east of Little Rock, in Carlisle, 4M3. The weather doesn't look good ahead. There has been a line of ...