Motel 6 Arkadelphia #4251
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... a well maintained, paved walking path. I'm sure there are usually 1000s if people, but at times I found myself alone in the high cavern. This is one of the "must see" NPs. The tour was very good, and had the maximum number of 50 people. After the tour, I decided to walk backup the way I came and had even more time to myself. A very impressive National Park. After a lot of back-and-forth with myself, I decided ...
... explains why biker noise I broke the peace last night until the wee hours of the morning. I was just happy not to fight the traffic again.
My day was given to hiking the perimeter of Hot Springs National Park, a loop I thought was a little more than 10 miles but turned out to be more like 14. Perhaps the best part was listening to the ...
... would originate. It is marked by a granite monument placed in 1927 in the midst of a headwater swamp. From there we drove to Little Rock Central High School, an early flashpoint in the fight to desegregate public schools. It is still an active high school, so we made the most of the visitor center across the street. Then on to Hot Springs and the unexpected rally. We had lunch at the Superior Bathhouse ...
... and the hot springs were the first U.S. reservation created to protect a natural resource.
Little Rock Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas is a National Historic Site. In September of 1957 nine black students challenged the U.S. Constitution by breaking the racial barriers of segregation in schools. It was the first significant test of the 1954 Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education that ...
... around and listen very carefully and praise God for all of the parable moments that He is so faithfully leading us into all the time. Fishing and riding horses and pruning trees are all types of parable experiences Jesus talked about to teach us about the Kingdom of Heaven. By God's grace I pray that we all continue to surrender into these moments and praise Him openly when we have gone through them.