Crown Inn Brinkley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Brinkley
... courtesy car, but I wanted to walk a bit after sitting for almost seven hours. With the temperature in the 90s, walking one way was enough.
Weather tomorrow is looking marginal. I'm staying at the airport tonight for a hopefully early start tomorrow. Stay tuned.
Sorry about to zig zag on the map. I flew from FL to 4m3 in AR. The travel blog will automatically move the point from Wes' last entry to my entry. I'm sure you can figure it out. ...
... to sign. There was also a brochure some guy is putting together, we had out photos with the O' timers and he gave us the address of the guy who is publishing the book. nice little touch.
Onwards and then we hit a very muddy stretch. "be careful" we said to each other. few minutes later mark is down and heading for the ditch!! now that was funny. just reached ...
... for peaches and plums -Basically play chicken with a driver (he laid on his horn and wouldn't budge)... We all survived -Lunch at a run down gas station -A serious case of lunch legs -We're riding on the Trail of Tears -Stretch and whine on the side of the road (we just didn't want to be on the bike today) -A woman and her daughter pulled off to the side of the road to check and make sure we were ...
... shelter immediately because there was a tornado warnings, access on multiple and just skipped right over the "watch" phase apparently. Worlds biggest fear came true - tornado warning while in corn field without shelter. There were 4 of us in a group, dwindled to two when my legs chose flight over fight. I pedaled behind one of my great friends Taylor and mapped our distance remaining - 5mi to go. Doesn't seem so far, but when cars continue to drive past you and shaking their ...
... bike path that led us closer to the Tennessee/Arkansas border. Once we were about there, we all regrouped and were escorted across the bridge over the Mississippi River, and into Arkansas. The ride in to Arkansas was mostly uneventful and mostly flat until we all received a tornado warning a few miles out from our host church. Without shelter nearby, the group I was with decided to book it to the safety of the church. It was also then that the rolling hills that we ...