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... the cool breeze coming off the 50 degree river.
On our way out of OK we saw lots of wind farms. We passed a plant that makes wind turbines.
At a truck stop we saw a complete wind turbine on trucks headed for assembly and installation.
... areas. 20 people on this tour; lots of elementary-aged children. Loved the story about bat poop being used for mascara and for black powder in the revolutionary war--shot the British with bat poop--ha, ha.
Both tours are excellent--Dripstone for the intricate beauty; Discovery for the massive areas.
Some of the stories and explanations ...
Rained at night and all morning; didn't get started until afternoon.
BULL SHOALS STATE PARK
Gaston Visitor Center
Interesting movie about building dam.
Great views of the dam and White Lake from the top floor observation deck.
Campground right on the ...
Mountain Home - 2013 blog entry
Our second day in Mountain Home began with us having the rare opportunity to sleep in. We're both getting better at waking up early (when John was working all those years in coffeehouses, he was getting up at least a couple of hours earlier than now) but it felt so good to sleep until sun was streaming in our windows. I guess John had a heart attack about that and thought ...
... but he got into a (very loud) discussion regarding his complete disdain for the Affordable Care Act (which, hey, to each his own, but if you’re going to discuss something like that, read up on the facts first. I’m an unabashed supporter of the ACA who didn’t vote for Obama. I bet we could have had a fun conversation…haha).
We are presenting as the Twin Lakes Shrine Circus today and ...