Monticello Days Inn
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... for something that’s a little sweet and sour at the same time? Well Kool-Aid and pickles seem like a great combination. Although it could be done with any flavor, they are typically red (cherry flavored). They are pretty simple to make. Check out the web for a recipe if you are feeling ...
... told us of a couple of places of interest, so off we went again
We learned about the beginnings of Arkansas called the Arkansas Post- a trading post between the first European settlers and the friendly Indians.
The other place was a bit sad really. Try hards in my opinion.
Back to the hotel for a refreshing swim, then as I fancied pizza for dinner, we tried to find one which ...
... Shane wanted his picture in one. As we paddled up to the tree he wanted his picture in, I spotted a huge spider (easily 4" across). Later we found out, that particular type of spider jumps. So glad it didn't decide to jump in the canoe with us or I seriously think I would have went over board. We took some pictures of the critter and Shane got his picture in the tree. We also took some pictures of a crane. We made our ...
... mind and said it was ok. We didn't get to order so much though. Our option was one burger or two, fries or no fries. So we got two burger and one order of fries. Which were good. The burger was juicy and we appreciated the meal. After lunch we visited a historical house and drove around a historical neighborhood that was sadly ran down. We also visited a replica of Fort Curtis. Then we headed south to Cane Creek State Park. We passed over the ...
... this trip as we aren't really going anywhere.
Susie: Are we there yet?
Susie: How about now?
And so it goes.
We've been enjoying the satellite radio in the rental car. We tend to go back and forth between something with 'porch' in the title that seems to be folk music (loosely translated) and the '60's on 6' channel. The latter just probably because it's ...