Hilltop Inn & Suites Greenbrier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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... just like apple pie with cinnamon. Pizza was ordered for dinner a delivered by a 16 year old girl driving a massive pick up truck.
We then gave them a lesson on how to speak 'Aussie' and "G'day Mate, ow ya goin'!" then became the phrase of choice for our new found 'mates'. Obviously we were given instructions on how to use 'Dude' correctly.
A very funny and enjoyable afternoon......DUDE!
No photos today as we spent the day riding with only a couple of stops.
... but we let the kids (and Russ) jump in anyway :-) Megan was in and out of the lake the whole time!
After that we headed back to the condo for lunch and then back out for mini golf and swimming. We finished up the day with dinner, ice cream and a family board game. It was a nice slow day to finish off the trip.
(I meant to post this last night but fell asleep mid post.) HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOM!! Today was our first century. Today I was on the bike for a longer time than I slept last night. Double the time, in fact. We rode 104 miles and the trip took 13 hours. It was such a long day. Today has been my toughest day mentally, too. We made it into host at 8:10pm. We left host in Forest City at 7am. Things that happened: rain, road kill (mostly snakes, armadillo and turtles), ...
After a delicious breakfast consisting of pancakes and bacon provided by the church, we set off to our build site in Little Rock. I was with the group that went to lay the roofing down at a house Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski county is building. I mostly spent the time handing up the sheets to my teammates who were on the roof. I ...
... a while… and we’ve only been on the road two months! The lot today is soft…they must have received rain recently (probably the same precipitation we experienced the other day) because most of the semis had to be towed ONTO the lot. Thankfully, Alex parked us on a different part of the lot with easy access to the road and though it was a bit soft, we had enough grip to drive ourselves.
I believe this is the ...