Guesthouse International Little Rock
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... train station we found we were lost. We called the RV park to find out where we went wrong and they advise us we would have to go back out the same way we came in... gggrreat. We did see some beautiful country side on our travels as we made it out of Tennessee. The country side is green with lots of trees and rolling hills. It was pretty hot on the drive and the pool did feel good when we finally arrived at the RV park. The ...
Our last stop was with Lauren and Eric, Luke and John William in Little Rock, Arkansas. The boys had a blast swimming and the girls had some great cuzzie time too. Eric even had a break from call and was able to eat dinner with us. We woke up the next morning and headed all the way into New Iberia. The family was waiting for us with a warm welcome. We all agreed 10 days and about 3000 miles across the country was surprisingly fun! And God blessed us with a safe trek ...
... phenomenal restaurant in Little Rock called The Pantry. European-inspired cuisine with a touch of the south. I had braised beef shoulder, Mara had Hungarian goulash. It was truly a great establishment.
On to Austin in the morning!
Religious Billboard Sighting Game: Will 4, Mara 2
Farthest License Plate Sighting: Alaska! Were you even paying attention, earlier?
Deep Thought From The Road: They have deer in Arkansas!?!?
... so cool!
Our first stop was in Texarkana which is literally on the Texas/Arkansas border with half the town in each state. The Shell that we stopped at was on “State Line Ave”.
There was a drastic change in landscape once we were in Arkansas. On the interstate we were surrounded by 2 “walls” of trees. ...
... but I was wiggling in my seat: They are still thinking 'take paper and books, put them page by page on the World Wide Web. These folks have not yet begun to explore how to make all of these artifacts alive -- how to curate the entire story the artifacts tell; how to make everything more of an experience, and less a series of Web pages. I wanted to jump from seat and say: "Hey, folks, you've got some catching up to do. We were talking about this technology ...