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... sad to see. The decline probably started when the railroad changed from steam to diesel locomotion. The gentlemen at the museum said there were probably 5000 employees working in the railroad repair shops during the 40s and 50s.
Next we returned to Little Rock for a visit to the President Clinton Library. Very nice library with lots of exhibits from his presidency.
Tomorrow we're driving to Mississippi. Hope we can find it.
Our last stop was with Lauren and Eric, Luke and John William in Little Rock, Arkansas. The boys had a blast swimming and the girls had some great cuzzie time too. Eric even had a break from call and was able to eat dinner with us. We woke up the next morning and headed all the way into New Iberia. The family was waiting for us with a warm welcome. We all agreed 10 days and about 3000 miles across the country was surprisingly fun! And God blessed us with a safe trek ...
... the southern portion of Illinois. I spotted a confusing sign that simply read, in all the same font and typeface: ADULT TIME TRUCK PARKING.
Now this begs the question: What time is adult time? More importantly, why are all of these truck drivings parking there to have their adult time? I assumed "adult time" meant precisely what you, dear reader, must think it meant. But perhaps, instead, "adult time" meant that there were numerous truck ...
... so tall and so thick that you couldn't see traffic traveling the other direction. I was feeling a little claustrophobic.
As we got closer to Little Rock there was a sign that we were on the “Purple Heart Trail” which are roads etc. dedicated to those in the US Armed Forces that have received the Purple Heart medal.
... out west and were placed in homes for free to help with farm chores; not to be indentured.
Concerts are several nights a week from 7-9 and feature local family musicians.
Music has to be prior to 1941 using traditional instruments of the Ozarks such as acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, dulicmer,fiddle, mandolin, bass.
Saw the following:
--Started out with people ...