- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... feel of interstate 64 from Charlottesville to Richmond in Virginia. Rolling hills with green grasses, deciduous trees, and angus grazing in the pastures. I was grateful to have anything, other than desert, to look at. We pulled into a rest area just shy of the Arkansas line for the night. I will say, the long days of driving across the desert were not my favorite. Glad to be in the green!
... is 7 miles, lake trail 1/2 mile, lee creek trail is 1 1/4 miles, old road trail is 5 miles, vista point trail is 8 miles, yellow rock trail is 3 miles, which has an outstanding overlook. The park has cabins, swimming, picnic tables and grills and a beautiful creek the kids can play in. This park has something for everyone and ...
... a couple of come dogs for a late lunch. Then we explored the exhibits at the fair. We came across a booth selling tornado shelters. I had fun checking them out and talking to the gentleman selling them since we certainly don't have anything like that in Oregon. We watched a fun clown show with a dog act. Then Shane wanted to go into the side show, where we saw a sword swallower, a half man, a contortionist, and then a few silly acts meant to be passed off as side shows. After that ...
... he started his non-profit (Johnny America Clothing *plug plug plug*) aimed at getting former soldiers memberships to CrossFit. Even that little bit of familiarity can go a long way to someone that is completely lost in the civilian world.
Like always, my stay in Alma wasn't long enough and the next time can not come soon ...
Our first trip together at DDSP for David's birthday. It was in the 20-30's with a light dusting if snow. We racked in over 20 miles of hiking, camped the one of the park cabins and enjoyed the cabin's wood burning fireplace. The air was crisp and the scenery was superb. Can't wait to go ...