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We left Tulsa early heading for Heber Springs for the night. Snap & I are having a few drama's with the GPS on the Ultra's as it gives you turning instructions right at the point of turn, so we've missed some turns or been in the incorrect lane to turn.
After passing through Siloam Springs & Fayetteville we rode up into the mountains towards Kingston & Compton. A 2 hour detour across to the 'Pig Trail' which is a great ride. Lush vegetation and trees line up ...
Beautiful day for touring. went just under 200 miles (tank of gas) with no rain! Stopped to take some photo's off a bridge and coming back I heard the rushing of water over rocks, birds chirping and I though heck with this mush lets get riding again. The route I was following told me to go right onto a little lane full of waster, dirt and rocks. A shortcut between two roads that had me a little uneasy, I think ...
... stroll around the downtown area which seemed to be all Antique (2nd hand) shops and bought a CD from one of them. It was one from my childhood, Roger Miller's 'King of the Road'. I can;t wait until I can get home and play it.
Have attached pictures of my current residence. I will be staying an extra day because I like the area and my residence.
Yep got poured on but then as fast as it came it went leaving me to blow-dry myself dry.
Moved this morning from the dirty motel to a wonderful 'cabin' up by the Ozark Folk Center. Is run by the State so it's very clean (picture tomorrow - too tired today). I am currently sitting in one of the two rocking chairs. There are two double beds and floor to ceiling windows on three sides.
It is very ...
I had an enjoyable 2 1/2 hr ride to Blanchard Springs Caverns which I had planned to visit today. Good job I had the afternoon because the tour I wanted to do on didn't start for 1 1/2 hours and would last 1/12 hrs. Time passed quickly people watching. There were three young Mennonite couples who were very close to their partners and even holding hands. Wouldn't see that in Ontario. The cave tour started with ...