Americas Best Value Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the part of the battlefield that saw the most action, and a five-mile driving tour. Peace and quiet, warm temps and a breeze for the walk... Heading southwest for Fort Smith I took state roads cross-country, up and down, curving around. After 20 minutes I reached I-49 which is a truly marvelous highway that crosses the highest Ozark Mountains -- high bridge after high bridge and even a tunnel. I can't imagine how long that trip must have taken before the interstate was ...
... West Memphis, AR. We will be spending three nights there so that we can enjoy the 4th of July on Beale Street and tour Graceland on the 5th.
The drive today was another long (6 ½ hour drive time) day. With 2 fuel stops and a stop for a late lunch at a Cracker Barrel, it took Cindy and I about 9 hours to cover the 405 miles from Elk City to Petit Jean. During the drive, we collaborated with Chris and Steph on the CB to turn the state ...
... a supply store in Russellville. One hour later and with a bag of parts, we're back on the road. We have our first repair project for the trip.
<b><i><u>Lunch in Sallisaw and my turn at the wheel....</u></i></b> 12:00pm (CT): Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Stopped in the rest area along I-40 west for a bathroom break and quick lunch. Then it was my turn to drive... ...
... week not many campers are here in tents, mostly RV's. We will hang out a little tonight and hit the hay. Waking up early in the am to head on over to Nashville. Tomorrow will also be our shortest drive yet so looking forward to that! Before we leave tomorrow morning we will go see the waterfall this park is known for, should be a cool sight. ...
We get to State Park by 4pm just before the thunder storms start rolling in. It was very quiet in the camp. We where the only ones there, it felt erie. Since it was a cold, wet night we decide its the perfect time to hide away and watch a movie.
The next day Gordon wakes up with a slight head cold. Since it is still cold and raining on and off we decide its a good to do nothing day.