Travelodge Little Rock Airport
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... We could see the Mark Twain Riverboat Landing and USS Razorback & Arkansas Maritime Museum. They would be fun to visit on another visit to Little Rock. We did learn that this is Bill Clinton's town. We stayed at the Comfort Inn & Suites Presidential which served presidential pizza, and we saw presidential ice cream (Blue Bell). Tomorrow we are going to the Clinton Presidential Center and walk the Clinton Park ...
... to help serve dinner to the homeless in the area. We really wanted to do this as we thought that this would be an excellent experience for the kids but I lost his card with the contact information during the rest of our bike trip :(
We made our way over to the "Big Dam Bridge" which is "This famous 4,200 foot structure is the longest pedestrian/cyclist bridge in the world built solely for recreation"
We had a quick breakfast at the Super 8 in Knoxville before getting on the road about 8:30 this morning. It was an easy drive this morning with only a little rain.
Stopped at Arby's for lunch and to gas up the rigs. A half mile down I-40 after lunch, the traffic came to a standstill. We wasted about an hour getting through the construction zone and on the road to Arkansas.
... is currently our host site. We drank coffee, wrote post cards, and told stories while others squeezed in just a little more sleep. Upon arriving at the worksite, we realized that we were not roofing (as initially predicted) but that our group would be helping to rehab a house partially burned by a fire about four years ago. Habitat recently purchased the duplex, and is currently in the process of converting it into a four-bedroom, single-family home. Our desire to lazy around ...
... 30 years ago and needed heavy renovations. The rest of the group had been there all morning and it was basically like starting a new house, everything had become so warped from the fire. After we wrapped up, we were able to squeeze in some poolside time before dinner at the church and our "Secret Stalker" reveals. Second century ...