Suburban Extended Stay
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... long on the road, we saw some pronghorn, even some babies. Then I saw a pheasant in a field. Another field was full of cattle... We stopped at Painted desert/petrified forest national park. We saw 2 coyotes and a model A that sat where route 66 used to be. We also saw some pictographs and an village of ancient natives. This was very interesting. We drove on into the petrified forest and saw the trees that had turned unto rocks. We stayed ...
... of her!
I know it's not fascinating, but, I thought I'd include a few pictures of our dinner here just so everyone can feel like they're right here with us.
The kale chips, however, may be fascinating to some; we took regular kale leaves, which are one of the healthiest-per-calorie foods there are, and seasoned them with oil and other seasons, baked them, and created "Kale Chips". It's the basic "potato chip" idea, ...
Sunday July 27
Our drive from Horseshoe Bend to West Fork was lovely; it also included many photo ops in Harrison, a stop at Walmart, and a stop at the Aldi grocery store to get provisions for dinner. After a series of switchbacks, we arrived and checked in at the Devil's Den State Park visitors' office (Myra and Emily). Cabin #8 - just perfect! 3 bedrooms (double beds), 1 bath, full kitchen, grill outside. Very cozy. Tricia and I ...
Up very early for flight from Jackson to DFW then home. Girls are getting dropped off in St Louis at their Dad's then Charley is home to Dublin. Hopefully their travel will be ok. Delta is trying to make it diff. Some tears shed and the Memo wave at the airport. Great vacation and perfect family to travel with. I am a very blessed man. We made it home safe. Quite the adventure and a wonderful trip. Glad to be ...
... everywhere) while today I saw more abandoned houses and villages in North Arkansas.
I toured a funky old house called Quigley's Castle - The Ozarks Strangest Dwelling. Built in 1942 Mrs Quigley designed the house so she could have tropical plants grow inside her house in the ground (soil). The plants reach the ceiling of the second floor & there is a definite ...