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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 …
Really sad to leave Graceland's and Memphis, absolutely loved every minute of it. Another early start as we have a 290 mile journey to make to Arkansas were we are staying at the Queen Wilhelmina campsite 2000 miles up in the mountains. We have decided not to go to hot springs as apparently they have better ones in San Francisco I must say I ...
Well hi everyone. From real country to the city. YIKES We spent a day, maybe two in Oklahoma. So many surprises. #1 it seems very poor to me and every where we went so many places were closed, and that included gas stations. For sure premium, which is what M J puts in the bike is pretty scarce and so ...
Arrived in Little Rock about 5:00 PM. Travel was uneventful with good weather and very little traffic which is the way we like it. We had a great evening exploring the Little Rock River District which was near our hotel. There was a large farmers' market with lots of local products. The produce looked great - especially the peaches. Too bad we would have to leave them In a hot car so we passed. We ate at a restaurant ...
Spent the day in Little Rock, Arkansas.
We rode our bikes as far around the Arkansas River Trail as far as we could, which turned out not to be very far. The temperature was around 92 and at least 300% humidity (: We did fine on the part that was down by the water but then it moved inward to the city proper and the added radiant heat from the concrete did us in. Oh boy, what are we in for once we get out west ...