Oxford Inn Ozark
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... 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. ...
... the plains of Kansas, Nebraska, and even eastern Colorado, we try not to complain about the trees & rolling hills of eastern Oklahoma & Arkansas, but it's still not terribly exciting. No activities for today, just drove from 1 hotel to the next. We are getting closer to home and starting to think about what needs to be ...
... have little or no facilities. We stayed at one of the few that does have flush toilets and showers :-) While here we hiked, sat in the river...well, fought in the current to stay in one spot in the river, and had time to do some reading and relaxing. We had no cell service at our campground and only spotty service at other areas of the park, which was just fine with us! On the way into the park, we hit the local grocery store for something ...
... got a flat! After a quick lunch, we received a text from Hannah that she had shredded her tire and needed the spare that sweep is responsible for carrying. We raced on over, got everything squared away there and continued the jaunt into second lunch. About 10 miles later, we ran into Christine again with her 3rd flat of the day. She had such a great attitude about it though, something I'm not sure I could manage myself after such a rough day! After ...
... 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 ...