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Days 2 & 3 took us to the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas. The river was the first with this designation, which it obtained a little more than 40 years ago. For years there was debate as to whether a dam would be built on this river. Eventually, it was decided to keep it running "free." Today, there are lots of canoe & kayak businesses that keep the river well used, and several campgrounds along its banks. Heads up: most of ...
... the town of Tupelo, MS. They have preserved about an acre of the battlefield, which has a couple of monuments and 2 lonely gravesites. In the picture, you can see the Papa Johns across the street. There is a neighborhood behind the site. Brices Cross Roads is a little further outside the town of Tupelo. Again, it's not much more than a couple of monuments, but we did get to see a bit more of rural Mississippi on the way. Anytime we drive ...
... hammered out those miles. And the last ten were really hilly! I'm really proud of the four girls I rode with. We averaged like 15 miles an hour, which is pretty good after already riding 80 miles in the Arkansas summer heat. -Kim and I beat or century personal record time by 2.5 hours. -Kim is one of my favorite people on this trip. -Dinner provided by the hosts -Best shower I've had on the trip so far. -Affordable Housing Presentation from Syrena and ...
... everything was a smooth cruise into the host, which we arrived to around 6pm-just in time for dinner and for me to accidentally eat some hummus doused with crushed peanuts (oops)! As I because red and rashy, I thought maybe I was just still hot from spending the entire day in the sun. But when it became difficult to breath, and Jamie and Annie mentioned that I looked a little "off," I decided to find out if I ate something with nuts... And sure enough, I ...
... it out. Sure enough, the driver brake was smoking. We called Roadside Assistance but it was too late in the day. The next day, we drove to the repair shop rather than wait. After a few hours, the verdict was a clogged brake line; parts won't be available until Monday. But I have to be back! Well, I will have to figure out how to handle my obligations, but in the meantime, we will spend the weekend in a nice campground near Lake Dardenelle. And these images are the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking