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Travel Blogs from Fort Smith
Well, today we stayed on Route #9, off the major highways, as is our plan. You see a lot more, that's for sure. But I felt like... ****? ...hell? ....like Linsay Lohan in rehab? like landing in a maximum security prison with Bubba?....don't know, just struggled. Usually I'm energectic, funny, full of sage observations, but today, somebody please SHOOT ME! Tomorrow, I'll bounce back.
Not much to report on this bog, ...
... 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 & ...
... kids spent at least $5.00 buying $.50 bags of corn for the ducks. They had a ball. I was able to do laundry while the kids and Patrick swam in the salt water pool. The KOA owner was a grumpy older man. Every time we asked him a question he acted like we were bothering him. Midday we went down to a store called A-Z sporting goods. It was a huge store with everything from cheer leading outfits to guns ...
... They sound almost like tropical birds they are so loud. I have never heard anything like it. Tomorrow I will take some pictures of the site. It is in the Ozarks. The woods are quite pretty. Today we drove from Kansas through Oklahoma and crossed the border into Arkansas. I am hoping to leave a bit earlier tomorrow so we can see where we are and the kids can swim or do any other offered activities. ...
... presided, and the prison that was used before we moved onto the actual gallows that were used. Very impressed with the Fort and Museum and the stories of the Indian migration as well as the outlaws and marshals that operated out of this town, it still has the Bordello opened by Pearl Star and her daughter. We also visited the national cemetry, this was very moving it is a military cemetry going ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed