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Forgot to post pictures of Arkansas in the previous post. Attached are pictures when we arrive in Arkansas and the roads we travelled. In addition, I posted pictures of the Lake Fort Smith State Park where we stayed. It was an awesome park...our #1 park throughout our travels.
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Next stop is Oklahoma and then into Texas.
Sunday, August 17, 2014. Truck. 71,318. Trip. 11,309
I talked Bud into taking the scenic, but slower, historic Route 66 from Edgewood, New Mexico to Santa Rosa. Everything, shops, service stations, motels, had long ago gone out of business. Buildings were boarded up and the neon signs were fading. Gas prices at one of the defunct gas stations listed gas at 95 cents a gallon so it ...
... same: care factor zero. I was shown to the needle shower which would have been sensational in 1930. Today it was on par with being bombarded by 25 dodgey motel shower heads at once. It was mercifully short and I soon followed the old man to a cushioned, blue table. "Lie down on your back," he pointed. I did, thinking this will probably be the only time in my life any man will ever say that to me. The old man returned with a soaking hot towel. ...
... new mascot died of Leprosy to be honest. I think he had a bad case of Chevrolet. Anyway, Bill wants to bring him home, but I am making sure Arthur sleeps outside. Bill keeps trying to sneek him in to put him in the fridge as he is starting to hum a bit.
The bike is performing wonderfully, and despite every morning when I see her I think, "Jeez, you are the ugliest bike on the planet" she is growing on me.
You know how when you walk ...
... climbing. Many climbs also have fixed draws, making it feel more like a gym. If you climb at this grade, you'll have about a day or two of great climbing. Don't miss the climb Moneyshot, a stout 5.11a.
Onward, we drove the next morning to Mount Magazine State Park, Arkansas' highest point. As you wind ...