Americas Best Value Inn
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Had a fairly long but uneventful ride to Oklahoma City after saying a sad goodbye to Jim and Suzanne. Passed Carrie Underwood's birthplace (the 2005 winner of American Idol and country singer). Listened to a great Snap Judgment episode called "Pariah" which blew our socks off. Arrived at the Twin Falls RV Park in Okla City (that's the official nickname) and found it to be a "resort" of RV parks. The park is manicured like a golf course; very few modest campers ...
... first Europeans arrived and modified every few decades. We pulled off one area for historical markers in the town of Caddo. The town seemed nearly abandoned and the structures date to the maybe the turn of the last century. The signs told the story of earlier inhabitants like the Caddo Indians, and earlier visitors like DeSoto. In Arkansas. As we came down the ridge and headed through the town of Russellville, we noticed the brake smell. We pulled into a Flying J ...
... and trail guides.
Park ranger said no waterfalls right now and showed us her favorite trails. Wonderful exhibits of animals, birds, plants, butterflies. Really enjoyed the wildlife viewing room with its window wall--golden finches on the bird feeders and butterflies among the flowers.
Note: This is the premier place to watch butterflies in ...
... but no traffic at this time of day. Another road construction project around Forrest City; one-lane traffic backed up quite a way; stop and go. Just under three hours to get to Little Rock area.
Stopped for night in Russellville.
IVY COVE: Good overnight stop right off the expressway. Gravel road ...
Carter and I took a great bike ride and saw two deer. It was raining on our way to Branson. Beautiful drive thru the Ozarks. Fixed Fajitas and Santiago ate them. Fred knew the guy who was working at the Branson Lakeside rV park. He used to work in San Bernardino. Nice park right on the river but a little ...