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Travel Blogs from Mountain Home
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... Cup- MSR Titan Cup - 1.5oz
-Spoon- Sea to Summit Spork - 1oz
-Stove- MSR Pocket Rocket - 3oz
-Fuel- MSR 8oz Isopro Fuel - 12oz (full)
Total - 1lb 5oz
-Pack- Osprey Variant 52 (trimmed) - 48 oz
-Water Filter- MSR Gravity Flow - 10.5oz
-Trekking Poles- Black Diamond Trail Back (pair) - 20oz (not included in pack weight)
-Toilet treats- ...
... cache hidden in the state park. So we spent about a half hour wandering around the hiking trails until we (I) found it. While we were on the trails we also spotted several frogs and two turtles. Around 6:30pm we made it to our new destination for the night Village Creek State Park. We drove around around the park looking for a good camp site. This turned out to be a HUGE campground (especially for Arkansas) almost ...
Bob & Marcia took us on a tour of Mountain Home and we ended up at Bull Shoals Dam - a dam on the White River built by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1951. The purpose of the dam was to prevent flooding and generate electricity. Pretty impressive! We watched a short film about the dam and toured the Visitor's Center. Very interesting.
Guess what? They had a gift shop there too! Jens ...