Super 8 Russellville
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... of the part of the battlefield that saw the most action, and a five-mile driving tour. Peace and quiet, warm temps and a breeze for the walk... Heading southwest for Fort Smith I took state roads cross-country, up and down, curving around. After 20 minutes I reached I-49 which is a truly marvelous highway that crosses the highest Ozark Mountains -- high bridge after high bridge and even a tunnel. I can't imagine how long that trip must have taken before the interstate was ...
<b><i><u>Rise and Shine...</u></i></b> well cloudy in Arkansas.... 6:45am (CT): Morrilton, Arkansas. We woke up at 6:45 this morning and got a pot of coffee going. Steve went into Walmart to get an ace bandage for his leg and reflective tape for the trailer. After eating a quick breakfast were ready to hit the road. Agenda for today was to make it to Oklahoma City, OK. ...
... week not many campers are here in tents, mostly RV's. We will hang out a little tonight and hit the hay. Waking up early in the am to head on over to Nashville. Tomorrow will also be our shortest drive yet so looking forward to that! Before we leave tomorrow morning we will go see the waterfall this park is known for, should be a cool sight. ...
... is feeling better but now its my turn to not feel so great. We have a quiet morning, then in the afternoon once I'm feeling better we go for a bike ride through the park. Its the first time the bikes have been off the bake for a ride since we started the trip. It felt great to be on them. While we are cleaning up from dinner Gordon looks up to see the sky changing color so off we run to the lake side to watch the sunset.
... running, as fast as my legs would carry me (which was faster in my dream than in reality, by about 4 times).
It was some time after that, between North Sydney and Milsons Point, that I woke up, my leg seized up in pain.
The result of this experience? Alarms every day for 3 days leading up to December 1, and three alarms, on 3 different devices for the morning of. I WILL BE THERE CHERUB! YOU WILL NEVER BE ALL BY YOURSELF!!