Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Larry came here to bring Sue to the airport, so we spent our first night here going out to dinner with him and then relaxing by the shore of the Arkansas River, watching the dancing lights on the bridges and the occassional barge.
... on line. It must have been an old ad. So we decided to go to Pizza Hut. What a mistake. The a/c was on and the restaurant part was freezing. We ordered, and waited an eternity. In the end I was too darned cold, so asked how long would the order be? Soon ma'm. Hmmm try 15 mins longer but waiting in the car this time.
Oh well one good meal, and one not so good.
Goodbye to Monticello. .
Shortly after we woke up, we went to the visitors center for the park and rented a canoe. The park ranger delivered it down to the lake for us and we spent the next couple house paddling around the lake. They had a path marked around the lake with buoys for kayakers to follow. We didn't see all the makers so I think we only ended up following the middle section. We had an enjoyable time. We ended up in a section of ...
... and saw a couple houses turned over. So we stopped a took a few pictures. We eventually made our way to the campground, where we saw the two muddiest little boys, picked our site and set up camp. We went back into Star city for dinner. On our way we stopped at the Piggly Wiggly to pick up some marshmallows. Pretty much our only option in town for dinner was Subway (except a Mexican restaurant bit since we had Mexican the night before we decided to ...
... at a little cafe that I didn't get the name of. The waitress was very friendly and told me how she made her apron from a modified pair of blue jeans. Keith used the women's room as the men's room was occupied and waiting didn't seem to be an option. Infraction waived due to emergency.
Our days in the car tend to have a Seinfield quality to them
Keith: I guess we can't really ask are we ...