Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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My coping mechanism for dealing with the hour long traffic crawl through Dallas was looking into the faces of my fellow motorists to see who was cussing the most. I called Kyle to complain, but he is retired too, and quickly explained that he would never venture out into that traffic.
The 321 mile trip to Little Rock took just under 5 …
... drove out from under the weather cloud line into sunny 90 degree weather. No rain in Little Rock. Every city we've visited we've had great weather. We are so grateful.
We are staying at a Residence Inn LR downtown river market area. Another great location a couple of blocks from the River Market and lots of restaurants on the river. Really neat area. We walked around a bit and then had dinner ...
... Mud ice cream.
Our RV Park is just across the river from the city of Little Rock and the Presidential Museum. There is a pedestrian bridge that people walk, jog, or bike across that spans the Arkansas River. We walked across this evening and enjoyed the great views of the city and enjoyed watching the lights on the bridge change from red to white to blue. ...
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 ...
... In any event, we decided to sign up for VBT's hardest trip - the Tuscan Hill towns. The company rates it as moderate/advanced. If we complete all of the riding options, we will cover about 175 miles in six days!
Stay tuned. A splendid time is guaranteed for all.