Days Inn Arcadia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... time staying on base was a pain the rear....trying to get family on and off base. So it has been almost 3 months since we have stayed at a Walmart....they heard we were coming and they threw a party for us (not really). So still trying to figure out what we might do for the winter....not going up to the Grand Canyon because the season looks like it is slowing down up there and plus it's freezing cold up there.....maybe stick to the original plan ...
We were fascinated by the place we stayed last night. The property housed a hotel, a motel, cabins, yurts, and an RV park as well as a few private residences, two fast food restaurants, and a water park. We enjoyed a delicious breakfast at the Huddle House and then I walked outside to take a photo of one of the yurts. As we traveled through parts of Mississippi and Louisiana, I took several other photos to ...
... a number of waterfront sites!
We had dinner with my friend, Loy Weaver, and his wife, Cathey, in their lovely home in Homer, LA.
As we retired for the evening, we braced ourselves for the final push for home. The next two stops, Meridian, MS, and Carrollton, GA, are to be just overnight, probably without unhooking from the truck.
... several miles East of Homer, LA. Our reason for this stop was the opportunity for me to have a reunion with my FBI partner of many years ago, Loy Weaver. Loy and I were young agents in Huntington, WV, during the late 1960's. He and I were tasked the responsibilities of federal law enforcement in two of the wildest, most remote coal-camp counties in West Virginia, Mingo and Logan Counties. These ...
Last night we decided to skip climbing Guadeloupe peak (the high point of Texas) and come on back to Ruston today. We are all ready to get back home to see out family and friends again. We also are just burnt out physically, mentally, and financially. The drive through Texas was ...