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Drizzly and hot this morning. I walked around the campground and drove over to the lock and dam. Visitor Center was closed so I couldn't ask my Arkansas River questions. No boats in sight today. Drove into Russellville and had a ham & eggs breakfast at Stoby's in a replica of a train dining car with model trains traveling around the ...
... mummy' anong other things a couple of times :-(
Last year came around a corner and hit a round rock which dented my front wheel rim and caused my GPS to fly off. The year came around the corner and there right in the middle of my lane was a Land Turtle exactly the same size as the rock! This time I missed it :-)
Off tomorrow but have not quite decided where too many choices and time is running out.
Again this morning it was raining. Undeterred, I put on my rain gear and proceeded to ride on a 214 mile tour today. The rain stopped within 15 mins and I was more wet inside my rain clothes just from heat and perspiration. Thank heaven for stay dry t-shirts! Was a great riding trip with every kind of curve/hill imaginable. One curve I felt ...
... So as I said the rain came and soaked me. I abandoned my road trip and headed for the caves again. There was another trip I could take. By the time I got to the caverns the rain had stopped so I decided to take a walk around the grounds with Mrs Robinson :-) Pictures attached.
Got on my road trip but the GPS started acting up and I had to find my way bak home (sigh).
Tomorrow road tripping again.
... ride down 240 feet. Somehow no one complained.
The US Department of Agriculture owns the cave and the surrounding park and have made the cave and the cave decorations (stalactites/stalagmites, flowstone, rimstone dams etc.) very accessible allowing the visitor to come quite close and have the opportunity to take some fantastic shots. The cave has huge rooms and walking ramps are all over allowing ...