Guest House International Fort Smith
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Forgot to post pictures of Arkansas in the previous post. Attached are pictures when we arrive in Arkansas and the roads we travelled. In addition, I posted pictures of the Lake Fort Smith State Park where we stayed. It was an awesome park...our #1 park throughout our travels.
Hope everyone is well.
Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
Got to spend a day with our friends Alice & Doug. Had a great lunch in an Irish Pub in Branson Landing and were provided a tour of Branson. The Big Cedar Lodge, which is owned by the owner of Bass Pro is something to see. It's a remote haven of natural beauty and luxury in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. The place is hundreds of acres of lodging, golf courses, a church, park like paradise, etc. and has views of Table Rock Lake. ...
... and pancakes. I’m not sure I’m going to need to eat again until perhaps after camp starts…
We have a little more time to kill here in Atlanta, (and I likely won’t have much internet access for most of this trip) so thought I’d start the blog and ask for your prayers for our safe travels,
and that God will bless all the aspects of the camp. This camp is as important, or probably more so with a ...
... Some of the guys, like the burly guy with an auto parts ball camp and an “Oklahoma” t-shirt are most likely oil field workers. They are constantly rotating in and out, so they are now a regular part of the flights. Others are obviously religious/missionary types (some with collars on backwards…), while some are
likely aid workers and NGO employees. The handful of young westerners are probably volunteers for one of dozens if not hundreds of projects ...
... chaos as people were in line to try and get a ticket. I was able to use one of the automated kiosks which printed my boarding pass and the tag for my checked bag. The next hurdle came when the machines that scan the checked luggage broke down, and now the entire room full had to be entered by hand. Once again tempers were flaring, and a few people behind me one man was angrily and loudly arguing with another passenger that he wasn't moving ...