La Quinta Inn & Suites Bentonville
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September 16, 2014 (Tuesday) We left Bentonville at 8:55 am to miss the traffic which we did. We arrived in Amarillo, TX at 6:30 pm. We do not travel very fast since we are pulling our PUP. (60-65 mph at most) We traveled south from Bentonville to I40 then traveled west to Amarillo. We did go through some road construction, otherwise not much went on. We drove by tilted water tower....... We stayed at the Sleep Inn medical area in ...
Well, summer is over and the fall is giving way to winter!
We've already had a slight dusting of snow, although, this week's weather has been slightly warmer, so we may not see another dusting of snow until later.
During the fall I was reminded about one of my favorite things about the transition time from summer into fall which is with what ferocity it comes, much like life, a simple reminder that we are finite beings and we all ...
... Devil's Den Trail (1.5 miles). Although this was not a very long trail, there were lots of large rocks and side trails to see; Alaina and Ivy scampered around like mountain goats! There was also the Devil's Ice Box (felt so good in here!), Twin Falls (just a trickle), and Devil's Den cave, although we could not go in the cave. All caves except one are closed to the public in Arkansas because of the white nose syndrome that is killing ...
Up very early for flight from Jackson to DFW then home. Girls are getting dropped off in St Louis at their Dad's then Charley is home to Dublin. Hopefully their travel will be ok. Delta is trying to make it diff. Some tears shed and the Memo wave at the airport. Great vacation and perfect family to travel with. I am a very blessed man. We made it home safe. Quite the adventure and a wonderful trip. Glad to be ...
... everywhere) while today I saw more abandoned houses and villages in North Arkansas.
I toured a funky old house called Quigley's Castle - The Ozarks Strangest Dwelling. Built in 1942 Mrs Quigley designed the house so she could have tropical plants grow inside her house in the ground (soil). The plants reach the ceiling of the second floor & there is a definite ...