Hampton Inn Arkadelphia
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to Big Bend NP. It was approximately 400 "extra" miles, but at this point that did t seem like a big deal After about 2 hour of small, narrow road driving, mostly behind oil carrying big rigs, I decided I've had enough of the desert and it was time to head east. I changed direction and headed toward Arkansas. After a night in Eastland Texas, I sped a good portion of the day finishing my drive to Hot Springs NP. ...
... ring across valley and ridge, a call to worship that went unheeded this morning. While I was gone, Patty caught up on her puzzles, her yoga practice, and our laundry (I probably owe ,her something special for that last one).
We had an early dinner -- linner? dunch? -- at the Bleu Monkey Grill next door to our motel (shrimp tacos for me, ...
... a steady progression of motorcycles and occasional hot rods parade up and down the main drag. The noise level, both inside the tasting room and out was quite "impressive" though hardly relaxing. So Patty decide to take the waters -- whirlpool bath, steam, needle shower, and massage -- the full package. I took to the trails on Hot Springs Mountain. She came out relaxed and rosy; I returned a little sweaty (but pleased ...
... facilities are inherently unequal". The successful outcome affirmed the basis of that ruling--the 14th Amendment's promise of "equal protection of the laws." It was interesting to hear and read at the Visitors' Center that even moral and upright citizens of the time believed in separate but equal education, rights and conditions. But there was no "equal" in the education and living conditions. Blacks were given outdated and ...
... not until He returns. Until then, no matter how tired our physical bodies get we can experience His "soul rest". The rest that is super-natural and not subject to the laws of this physical planet. No matter how tired we are in the flesh or in our natural bodies we can be resting in the Spirit. May we spend our physical energy laboring with God, feeding His sheep, but resting in the power of His Ministering Spirit.