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We drove about 400 miles today. A little further than we had wanted, but we relaxed when we arrived. We are in a very nice RV park, Arkadelphia RV Park. We have driven through much farmland. Soybeans, corn and now some cotton fields. Farmers are praying for dry weather and wind to dry out their fields. The further south we came, the fields are drying enough and the farmers are busy with their ...
... and lake. The MacDonalds prepared a great pulled port dinner for us and shortly after dinner a quick moving rain storm chased us inside to their roomy travel trailer where we played the game "Clue". We marveled at Barbie & Aldon's CSI approach to solving "who done it" but a lucky guess (and a bit of psychic ability), I solved the mystery first!
Friday, October 3rd - Travel from Hot Springs, AR to Jackson, MS
We arrived here on Tuesday - planning to stay only 2 nights, but when we woke up this morning to pouring rain and read some of the details about the park we were planning to go to (Millwood Landing RPI Membership Park in Ashdown, AR), we decided to just add another $12/day to the automated check-in machine here at Gulpha Gorge and stay until Monday.
Planning to do the tour of the Fordyce Bathhouse (NP Visitor Center ...
Went to Bill Clinton's Presidential Library & Museum today. It is an amazing Presidential Center on about 35 acres. It includes the library, a 20,000 square foot dramatic glass structure overlooking the Arkansas River, a park area that has the Clinton Park Bridge and a separate building which is the Clinton School of Pubic Policy, affiliated with the University of Arkansas. The library is very well ...
... for the full school term, amidst physical and verbal threats. It was shocking to learn that the following school year, the Governor ordered all public high schools in Arkansas remain closed, so that voters could decide to accept integration or reject it. The Federal court declared school closings unconstitutional, so schools reopened the following year. We learned that during the critical year of school closures, students ...