Park Motel Russellville
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the museum. Fort Smith is on the Arkansas River which is quite wide with islands in the middle, much more impressive than the Mississippi in St. Louis. I followed the river 80 miles east and am camping at Old Post Road Army Corps campground just below the Dardanelle lock and dam. This campground is full as Lake Dardanelle (on the other side of the dam) is a most popular tourist recreation area. This campground is amazing -- right above the river, even a roof over my picnic ...
... u></i></b>8:40pm (CT): Amarillo, Texas. After getting checked in and setting up the motor home, we disconnected the jeep and headed to the Big Texan Steak Ranch, home of the 72 oz steak challenge (if you take the challenge, they sit you up on a stage where everyone can watch. Guy below had 26:26 left on his hour... He didn't make it but got a t-shirt anyway). We did not opt for that ...
We are back on the road headed to our campsite west of Little Rock, Arkansas. Still in Texas now and going through some crazy rain storms. Of course in Texas we have seen the biggest rain drops yet on this trip. We are 200 miles out of Oklahoma City and as of now there are no tornadoes on the radar. Today will be another nine hour drive and we ...
Happy Mother's Day to all you wonderful Mother's.
We pack up and head into town to have lovely breakfast at the Peabody Hotel. During this we find out we can go up to the roof to see the Ducks since we can't be here at 11am when they come down and walk the Red Carpet to the fountain where they spend the day.
After that we start our 4 hour drive towards Petit Jean State Park. We can now check Arkansas off our ...
So, you know it's getting real when you start having nightmares about it.
I woke up in the wee hours of this morning with the most god awful camp in my right calf. My first, sensible reaction was, of course, to assume that I'd been shot. The pain was worse than childbirth (or so I can only conclude).
After some considered efforts to alleviate the symptoms (i.e. punching the living daylights out of my leg), I realised that this horrendous pain ...