Executive Inn of Mountain Home
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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.
BLANCHARD SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK
Visitor Center: Exhibit hall and movie "The Amazing World Below"
Two guided tours along paved paths with railings viewing and learning about the impressive formations. 58 degrees Tip: wear latex gloves
Discovery Trail: 1.2 miles with 700 steps following the path of the ...
Drove a ways down Hwy-14 past Yellville and Ralph toward a restaurant on the Buffalo River that the girl in the visitor center told us about; decided it was too far. Headed back to Harrison.
Brick Oven Pizza (same one as in Russellville). This was even ...
... the start of the season. I’m going to do my best to get them started and hopefully finished this weekend.
At cookhouse lunch, Jeremiah told me that Jason bought a volleyball net so I’m pretty stoked about the idea of playing volleyball this season. I’m not good at it, but it’s the only sport I actually enjoy. Should be a good time!
By the third show, we were all getting tired. ...
... of things, but oh well…we’ll take what we can get!
We actually had a movie night tonight…we’ve been holding onto a Netflix movie, Winter’s Bone, for a few weeks now and finally had a chance to watch it. While it wasn’t a feel good movie by any means, we both really enjoyed it. It was almost 1am by the time we finished it, so we crawled into bed and slept until 8:30am.