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Travel Blogs from Fort Smith
... was a driving day. Although interesting to see real America in all its forms, driving the rolling hills of eastern Oklahoma and Arkansaw, marveling a what a great country this is, giving the occassional "whoa, check that out", it still was a day that was uneventful.
Tomorrow, though, we're going through the Ozarks, which the Tufie wants to do, so should be interesting. We'll see if these people have teeth. Oh, ...
... wise from our perspective, although there was a lot of construction on I40 and David was exhausted and ready to get off the bike and relax for the evening. So Fort Smith is where we lay our heads tonight.
Oh, and in case you're wondering, that crescent moon we've seen the last three nights, still looks the same from Arkansas.
Off to bed…until tomorrow.
Love to all,
David & ...
... at me "mom, he/she is steering and won't let me!" Patrick took one of the single boats out and tried to referee from the water. I was so tired I went back to the trailer while Patrick took the dogs out for exercise and Maggie and Duncan bought more corn for the ducks. I fell asleep on the couch and went to bed after everyone got back. Tomorrow will be a long day. We plan to make it all the way to Alabama. ...
... in the northern part of the country. But the percentage is obviously enough that the government decided to honor the Muslim holiday. The plus for me was that traffic in Accra was far less than normal, making for a much easier trip!
Tomorrow I'll meet with two of the pastors in this area, and be able to do some visits with Benjamin Agyapong in the village of Abrem-Agona before the Sabbath.