Oxford Inn Ozark
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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 ...
... get to where I am I've had to crawl over dead trees, or find the trail after it suddenly becomes over grown to the point I can't tell where it's going. I've walked into a ton of spider webs! About 75 percent of them I see before I hit them, but the other quarter hit me right in the face. I've had a few spider right on my face this trip as well. There's also colonies of baby ticks that are attaching to me as if I were their mother! Luckily the shower helped! ...
... sat still for. Next came the Sitz Bath for 10 minutes. The old man led me dripping naked to a miniature bathtub where I watched him unenthusiastically scour the worn porcelain with what looked like Ajax. The mini tub was sluiced and I was told to sit. I did. He began filling it with hot water. "Tell me when it's hot enough," he ordered. "That's right," I said, trying not to scream, and he shut off the faucet and went to attend other inmates. ...
... but I think it was the Shrimps and wings, topped up with an Awful Breakfast. If I can start the day with an Awful Breakfast in future, I will.
I was blindin.
That's a new one for the GOBs. "Blindin"
Wonderful country side, proper remote.
Because of the mountains the big farms have changed into smaller private farms of cattle and green stuff.
I am not very good with nature. When Ali lets me loose in the garden ...
... for models in scenes that depict the Passion of Christ. Built of native sandstone, the church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In talking to the local people at the vineyards most of the families in the area are Catholic and belong to this church.
We also stopped at the Post Familie (correct spelling) Winery and the Mt. Bethel Winery. All of them are within three miles of each other and all are related somehow but ...