The Lodge at Mount Magazine
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... p.m., we literally drove into a cloud. It took us a little while to find the campsite because. while we could see shapes 50 yards or so down the road, we couldn't read the signs until we were right up next to them, and we couldn't see any of what was around us off the road. We actually went past the campsites a ways and had to turn around, but we eventually made it.
Setting up Benson's tent in the rain and almost-dark was an annoying exercise, ...
... but still...
So now there is the mad rush.... try to take care of any outstanding issues left unresolved, finish things up at work, try to eat everything in your house that could possibly go bad in a few weeks, and try to figure out what you can pack ahead of time and still have clothes to wear prior to the trip. Actually, that last one isn't really a thing since it ...
Oklahoma was a beautiful state but I did not have time to stay. Now that I am in Arkansas I am going to have The Grilled Atlantic Salmon from a restaurant I found called South Park. It was $9.99 and then I had a water to drink. Next I got gas at Valera for $44.69 and then I arrived at a Holiday Inn Express so ...
... Meeting -Cheer -And we're off. Today I rode with Kim, Alycia, Lauren and Katie. We were the first group to leave. Groups passed us pretty quickly. We followed their chalkings. They made a wrong turn and we followed. About 20 of us went five miles the wrong way, which wouldn't typically be a big deal, but when the mileage is over 100 for the day, you really don't want to do more than you have to. BUT it was okay because we got to see the sunrise on the ...