Hampton Inn North Little Rock-Mccain Mall
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... at times, loving each other, laughing, creating private jokes ("acting. genius. Thank you.") and thrills. I am so thankful we are able and blessed to have these opportunities with my family. This is what I have hoped for my family my whole life. I can't wait to continue our journey this week and throughout the rest of the 50 states.
Tomorrow we are off to memphis to see The KING.
... William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park. There are numerous columns in the library which contain only 2-3% of the Office of Agency Liaison Records. These are records from people who requested help in resolving a problem. It was interesting to also see the gifts that various world leaders gave the President. These gifts are for the people of the US and ...
... from south to north in this area for several days. Add the afternoon thunderstorms and it's better to stay put for the night.
Friendly Airport Manager, Larry, takes care of me. After getting the RANS gassed up, tied down and covered (and after taking a short nap) Larry drives me to town for a catfish dinner and steamed veggies ... Ok I also had hush puppies and onion rings! Delicious. Aren't small country towns and airports FUN! He offered ...
... In any event, we decided to sign up for VBT's hardest trip - the Tuscan Hill towns. The company rates it as moderate/advanced. If we complete all of the riding options, we will cover about 175 miles in six days!
Stay tuned. A splendid time is guaranteed for all.
... This is hard to believe but there you have it.
We hiked a mile down to the natural bridge (pic included), but doesn't do it justice. This was in the Ozark Mountains that are, to say the least, unbelievable. There's frequent signs that say "Crooked and Steep....xxxmiles" They weren't kidding....crookeder than Elliot Ness. Winding, hairpin turns, steep drops, then climb up the mountain again. Wore ...