Park Motel Russellville
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... a supply store in Russellville. One hour later and with a bag of parts, we're back on the road. We have our first repair project for the trip.
<b><i><u>Lunch in Sallisaw and my turn at the wheel....</u></i></b> 12:00pm (CT): Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Stopped in the rest area along I-40 west for a bathroom break and quick lunch. Then it was my turn to drive... ...
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 ...
We get to State Park by 4pm just before the thunder storms start rolling in. It was very quiet in the camp. We where the only ones there, it felt erie. Since it was a cold, wet night we decide its the perfect time to hide away and watch a movie.
The next day Gordon wakes up with a slight head cold. Since it is still cold and raining on and off we decide its a good to do nothing day.
... right and we could see for miles. We decided to hike around the mountain on the rim trail, but due to inadequate trail markings and the fact that we didn't particularly care where we were walking, we ended up taking a connecting trail halfway down the mountain to see some streams and springs. Those were neat trails, but once we made it back up to the rim trail and set off down that a ways, I wished we had never been diverted because the views were great. We ...
... to happen. I made myself, and her too I suppose, a promise that we'd see each other this year. The original plan was to meet up in California where we could stay with my family and do all of the SoCal touristy things. Real life got in the way though, as it so often does.
Time for Plan B! I had already gotten my passport earlier in the year and decided it was high time I used it.
Now it is difficult trying to figure out what we ...