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We where up at 5am so we could see the sunrise at the overlook and it was worth it. We don't have far to drive only 100 miles but have a number of stops of the way so guess what it takes ALL DAY. We get into camp at 8pm.
First stop was Natural Bridge, a 100ft sandstone formation. The stone archway was used as a ...
... Kevin also baited our hooks for us which simply says he put corn on our hooks for us. Meanwhile in the other boat, Roger who was sitting in the front of the boat was carefully baiting his own hook. Being such a cold morning, Roger called back to JC, " My hands are so cold; it's really hard to get this corn on my hook. Aren't your hands cold, too?" Unbeknownst to Roger, Lou had been baiting JC's hook, so JC replied, "No, it's not ...
... that we had set the alarm, our movements set off the alarm & I have never heard such an ear slitting noise. All 5 of us were running around like Keystone cops trying to figure out what to do. Unbeknownst to us, the owner was able to disable it remotely. He sent Roger a text saying, " No problem--there is a $500 deactivation fee." Roger doesn't know if he's serious or not. Good night ...
... the cool breeze coming off the 50 degree river.
On our way out of OK we saw lots of wind farms. We passed a plant that makes wind turbines.
At a truck stop we saw a complete wind turbine on trucks headed for assembly and installation.
Drove a ways down Hwy-14 past Yellville and Ralph toward a restaurant on the Buffalo River that the girl in the visitor center told us about; decided it was too far. Headed back to Harrison.
Brick Oven Pizza (same one as in Russellville). This was even ...
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