Lighthouse Point Resort
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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 ...
... explained that they should be inside working when customers come. We got a big laugh out of it!!
Roger wanted us to see the river by the dam so we drove to Gaston's Resort & Restaurant for dessert then returned home. We spent the evening finding out information about each other's childhoods & families that we had never known before. We've loved these guys for a lot of years & the affection has only deepened. How blessed we ...
... amp; I took about a 2 mile walk while Melinda started her research on cars since she's in the market for a new one. We watched TV after Jim figured out how to turn it on, but it didn't take long for the cards to call out to them again. During their game, Shane, the chef we had used before, showed up & quietly began preparing dinner. He fixed "to die for" lettuce wraps & yummy flatbread for appetizers, followed by ...
... 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 ...