Sleep Inn & Suites Van Buren
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... there is a gangster museum there but we decided to give that a miss. The tourist office told us where the hot spring water came down the cliff and where they had also made one of the old bath houses into a museum. The waterfall was amazing, it is 143degF and that's why they built all the bath houses there, it's a really pretty place, the bath houses really ornate. Then we drive North towards Fort Smith which ...
... across the panhandle of Texas with huge beef cattle ranches and cheap gas ($3.19/gallon). Near Amarillo, the map showed an icon for historic Cadillac ranch. I thought it was a bordello but I was way wrong. Out a ways in a field, a farmer planted ten old cadillacs up to the side mirrors of the cars. Passersby decorate the cars with layer after layer of colorful spray paint. There were ...
... bike. Well in a world of Hardly Ridables it is.
Talking of them, we are in Ozark town. The Ozark mountains and forest are breathtaking. Ozark has absolutely nothing in common with it's namesake.
We are staying in the Shitville Villas Inn Motel Ozark. (I think they got the name spot on with that one).
Bill has met a load of Hardly owners who are up from Texas touring on Hardly Ridables and he is about 100yds away ...
... semi-sweet chocolate squares
Slice pound cake to make 5 length wise slices
Mix ricotta cheese, sugar, rum, fruits and grated chocolate square. Spread on cake slices.
In small pan, melt coffee, chocolate chips, butter and chocolate squares over medium heat. DO NOT BOIL. When
Melted, add sugar and mix well. Cool mixture on ice. Keep stirring until chocolate thickens. Whip it well and spread on
Top and sides of ...
... for the Camp Sunshine Burn Camp based out of Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The camp is a 4-day camp for kids with disfiguring burns, and includes a 1 on 1, firefighter-to-child ratio during the camp.
In addition, the firefighters do a Paul Hoover Memorial Bike Drive where they collect as many as 200 bicycles a year, repair and redistribute them to underprivileged kids. The firefighters also do ‘Shop with a Fireman’ ...