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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.
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Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
... huge and crystal clear and full of fish just waiting to be caught. Table Rock State Park was right across the street from where we stayed and is a large/beautiful park right on the lake.
Visiting historic Branson brings you back in time. Dick's 5 & 10 is a shopping landmark and has anything/everything you could possibly be looking for. Then there is Branson Landing. Branson Landing is a absolutely stunning 95 acre ...
As a young college student I was privileged to hear the famed explorer and motivational John Goddard give a presentation. Mr. Goddard, who died in 2013 at the age of 88, was famous for setting a series of 127 goals for his life at the age of 15. These goals included climbing Mount Everest and Mount Kilimanjaro, canoeing the entire length of the Congo and Nile rivers (and he was the first to do so on the Nile), learning to fly a plane, skydive, even marry and have ...
... and scrambled eggs for breakfast. Very enjoyable breakfast!
The flight down to Accra was going to be more comfortable. The gate agent had been able to arrange an aisle seat for me, and as it turned out, a lady was next to the window but no one was in between us. So I would have leg room and would be able to get up and walk when I need to. I don’t sleep very well on planes, and getting up to move around once in a while helps ...
... salad sandwich and cheese sticks and David ordered fried Bologna sandwich and fried green beans. All was yummy, including the coffee. Afterward, we couldn't resist (since we were so close, making a quick stop at Elvis' birth place. There also happened to be a cache hidden nearby so we couldn't refuse.
We then left Tupelo and set our sight on another state…Tennessee…although only ...