Motel 6 Sallisaw
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... says is an old cowboy town. The ride was really pretty but after miles and miles of woods it can get a bit much, the road was really winding too - lucky Peter drove. Approaching Fort Smith it really doesn't look like an old town, it's the usual miles of outlets, malls & fast food. We go to the Holiday Inn and it's quite amazing, it must have been built some time ago but it had this really high atrium with a ...
Sunday, August 17, 2014. Truck. 71,318. Trip. 11,309
I talked Bud into taking the scenic, but slower, historic Route 66 from Edgewood, New Mexico to Santa Rosa. Everything, shops, service stations, motels, had long ago gone out of business. Buildings were boarded up and the neon signs were fading. Gas prices at one of the defunct gas stations listed gas at 95 cents a gallon so it ...
... day after the storm.......we realize we could be trapped there for days.
The chance of being stuck 700 miles from home for days was a bit unappealing. Laurie said "why don't we push on to Tunica before the storm hits. They have a nice campground right at the casino, I can go to the spa and have a pedicure, and you can go play poker". It is difficult to argue with such logic. Consequently, we're just gonna hit the high spots ...
... Summer Camp is a special time for kids ages 6 to 11, and this year’s camp runs from June 4 through 8th, 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Kids learn about good bugs and bad bugs, animal care, seed germination and planting, making salad bowls and birdhouses and even get to have a cookout on the last day of camp.
Jacques Adams and Alexa Vera, Wild Things Summer Camp alumni, have both attended prior camps and Jacques tells me ...
... up in her chair, I don't think I could do that anyway, to many things I would miss on the trip. So it's kind of funny, 1st part of the year we traveled across the lower part of the U.S. and now we are traveling across the middle part of the U.S. and at the end of the season we will travel across the upper part of the U.S. You sure do see alot through the windshield of a motorhome. Well thats all I have for right now, next blog should be from TN, until then CYA down the ...