Royal Oak Inn
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LAKE CATHERINE STATE PARK
Nice views of lake from behind the Visitor Center; map and trail guide.
Falls Branch Trail - 2 mile loop trail along streams, mountain ridges, and the lake shoreline. Numbered ...
... gems are just sitting on the ground. We didn't find any, but it's an engaging activity; you end up really trying to find your prizes amongst the millions of tiny stones your either sift through or sluice. I was exhausted by the effort, myself, but I have to say the facilities here are very good. I would do it again sometime in the future.
Today, we head back home. The weather itself may be our on the road adventure, but so far, so good.
... and I stand in the marque after each show to say goodbye and thank everyone for coming and the number of times we were thanked in return greatly outnumbered ours. One woman said (before the show) she and her family had gone to a small circus a couple of weeks ago (it was actually held in the fairground building next to where we set up) and she said it was awful. They’d never been to KMC before and wanted to give it a try because we had our own tent ...
We have been in Hot Springs all week and are leaving in the a.m. This is our third campground so we've had a taste of pretty much all the options: one day in a private, two in a state park, and three in a national park. All different but enjoyable for a variety of reasons. Why all the moving around you may ask? Now come on, you know you're curious......we moved the first time from a private campground to the state park because the latter is half the ...
... phone reception, no cable, unable to use satellite. Oh, well, now I remember how it was when I was growing up.
We headed out to the diamond field the next day after renting our bucket, shovel, 2 sets of screens, and a very small stool. I plopped down in the middle of the field to do some dry screening, while Jim dug up some dirt and took it to the wet screening ...