Executive Inn of Mountain Home
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... things where done and made in years go by. We end up spending more time here than expected but was interesting to see all the arts and crafts.
Our last stop is Blanchard Springs Caverns. We get there in time for the last tour of the day.
... Kevin also baited our hooks for us which simply says he put corn on our hooks for us. Meanwhile in the other boat, Roger who was sitting in the front of the boat was carefully baiting his own hook. Being such a cold morning, Roger called back to JC, " My hands are so cold; it's really hard to get this corn on my hook. Aren't your hands cold, too?" Unbeknownst to Roger, Lou had been baiting JC's hook, so JC replied, "No, it's not ...
... Gassville. The trip takes about 2 hours so, of course, we had to stop for a snack at a really quaint bakery in Harrison.�� After filling up on muffins & scones, we finished the last leg of the journey.
As soon as we unpacked, we scoped out the house which we had stayed at back in September of 2014. Being an absolutely perfect day, the bridge players decided to play cards outside. This took a ...
... 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.
Beautiful turquoise-colored lake created by the dam.
Got quite a kick out of a town named Fifty Six.
Burger not that great; Philly cheesesteak, very good; sweet potato fries not that great.