Quality Inn - Fayetteville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... AZ over the Colorado River. We saw some rafters beginning their trip down the river through the Grand Canyon. After crossing the Colorado River, we went up into the mountains. Very beautiful views, but curvy drive. Got to the Campground at North rim around 3:00 Arizona time. Camp site 34 is great......wooded view.... Went to lodge and had a Grand Canyon Stout on the porch looking at Beautiful Views.... ...
... in Zhuhai- even if we don't move back to Zhuhai, I will want to try to set up an online bible study with them and visit once or twice a year to teach- but, I also do not want to go where the Lord does not want me to go.
Right now there seem to be obstacles in going back to China. We're asking for discernment to know if that is just Satan resisting, or if the Lord is sending us to KC instead.
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... is 7 miles, lake trail 1/2 mile, lee creek trail is 1 1/4 miles, old road trail is 5 miles, vista point trail is 8 miles, yellow rock trail is 3 miles, which has an outstanding overlook. The park has cabins, swimming, picnic tables and grills and a beautiful creek the kids can play in. This park has something for everyone and ...
... job and saved her! Then the lifeguard had to save the little girl's brother 3 minutes later - yikes! As we were entering the pool area Cathy told one man he was a genius because he figured out how to work the gate latch...he laughingly said "No I'm not, I'm a redneck!" (this was the dad of the kids who couldn't swim but were in the deep end). Ivy and Alaina played around with a paddle boat for awhile, then entertained us by going down ...
... after a random steep climb in the last half mile!) relatively early in the day. After showers, we had a chance to check out the downtown scene that encompasses the university of Arkansas. We chose to kick back with a glass of vino at a place called 21st amendment. It was great to unwind after a challenging couple days on the bike. Oklahoma ...