Super 8 Forrest City
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... so we stopped at a Flying J about 20 miles down the road. It was easy to get in and out except for the rain which had picked up some, but on we went and things got better. Once again AR is working on roads and as we crossed the state line we ran into a very long line of those bright orange barrels.
We pulled into the first AR rest area/Welcome Center for the usual stretch and relieve. AR is taking a survey of their visitors and the ...
... the go pro so have some footage of this.
after a few hours we met up with Bob the guy we met on the first day of the TAT. we took a few photos etc and headed on. we soon came across a flooded part of the trail. Bob went first to give us a clue as to depth,...ummm looks risky but on we go. the flooded part went on and turned a corner which caught us out and ...
... join us -Very scary -Wait out the storm for about an hour -Riding on a road with all the potholes in pouring rain -Lorraine takes a tumble (she's alright, the van picked her up) -A car approaches, I think they're going to ask us if we need help and I tell him thanks, we're good. It turns out he was just finishing in the pond by the side of the road. -Arriving at host at 5:30pm -Having 3 different ...
Coming off a great wknd in Memphis, today was one for the memory books. We started off the morning quite slow, and I managed to lead us into 3 dead ends, but finally got back on track. We crossed the Arkansas state border while crossing the Mississippi as an entire group. The van lead us in on the highway followed by 31 of us on bikes pedaling approximately 20mph and several semis giving us the honk salute as we pedaled. Some people were nervous or think practically about what bad ...
... bike path that led us closer to the Tennessee/Arkansas border. Once we were about there, we all regrouped and were escorted across the bridge over the Mississippi River, and into Arkansas. The ride in to Arkansas was mostly uneventful and mostly flat until we all received a tornado warning a few miles out from our host church. Without shelter nearby, the group I was with decided to book it to the safety of the church. It was also then that the rolling hills that we ...