Holiday Inn Fort Smith-City Center
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... says is an old cowboy town. The ride was really pretty but after miles and miles of woods it can get a bit much, the road was really winding too - lucky Peter drove. Approaching Fort Smith it really doesn't look like an old town, it's the usual miles of outlets, malls & fast food. We go to the Holiday Inn and it's quite amazing, it must have been built some time ago but it had this really high atrium with a ...
... for me that night with jetlag and all. But when you can't keep your eyes open no matter what - I guess I might as well sleep while I can!
When I woke up I used the TV screen on the back of the seat in front of me to find the moving map, showing our position. That allows me to watch our progress, and take note of all the places we've lived over the years that we were flying directly over or near.
I noticed a slight shift in ...
... the way up already. After the meal was over and all the trays cleared, I reclined again to try and get some rest, but he grabbed my shoulder and asked that I raise my seat again because it was “in his face”. Heavy sigh, but no since arguing. I looked and he had his reclined as did the fellow in front of me. But this man would never understand the irony or selfishness of his request, so I just let it go. Only a few more hours and ...
... throw the shells on the floor! I had a cocktail and Beyers a beer, the food was yum. Oh yeh I forgot to tell you In Texas and Arkansas if you order sweet potato or the sweet potato fries they put sugar on them not salt! Yuck, so if you order them ask for NO SUGAR!!
Beyers: As usual we chatted to our waitress, whom was really nice and she gave us good tips on things to ...
... cabinet door with double stick tape. Decorative tacks can also be used. We typed up the measurements chart and had it printed on cardstock at a local print shop. We secured the chart and the 'You are Awesome' sign to the wrapped matboard with double stick tape, also. After it was secure we used Tacky Glue to cover the edges of the cardstock with red gimp.
The same steps were used to cover and adhere the measuring cups ...