Guest House International Fort Smith
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... across the panhandle of Texas with huge beef cattle ranches and cheap gas ($3.19/gallon). Near Amarillo, the map showed an icon for historic Cadillac ranch. I thought it was a bordello but I was way wrong. Out a ways in a field, a farmer planted ten old cadillacs up to the side mirrors of the cars. Passersby decorate the cars with layer after layer of colorful spray paint. There were ...
Today was a very long day of driving but we feel accomplished. 682 miles (all Teddy)....our biggest travel day so far. We drove thru New Mexico which was not that scenic to Texas which was even less so. Pretty flat and boring. But we stopped at a great "touristy" restaurant called The ...
... t the one flying, they wouldn't allow her to make new reservations for me. I went to the transfer hall to find what had to be close to 500 people all waiting to rebook flights. And to make matters worse, I could only see four or perhaps 5 agents up at the front trying to get us all through. Tempers were flaring and this was going to be a VERY long night! I checked with a lady helping to direct people, and she said there was one more flight to ...
... off the snow when I thought - geez that window looks pretty clear - that's because it was. Deb had rolled down the window to help me back this monstrous rig into position for the night and "forgot" to roll up the window and lock the door - about 4" inside the cab - but all in all no other issues.
I plugged in the GPS and found that we've gone from a British female voice to a male voice - must have been the cold. A couple of ...
Left Searcy at approx 12.15pm for a 4 hour drive to Fort Smith, which was the home of Judge Roy Bean, the famous 'hanging Judge of Fort Smith'. He held court in a Saloon and sold alcohol whilst conducting court and handing down the sentences.
Drove by the absolutely huge Lake Dardanelle, just went on forever.
We made good driving time, so decided to continue on to a RV Park at ...