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Pull up a couch. It's cool in the Lounge. Just remember to be a good neighbor.
 #21832  by troy
 30 May 2019 09:06
I took 3 of my brothers down to Newton County, Arkansas and rented a super nice cabin that juts over the edge of the "Arkansas Grand Canyon" S. of Jasper. We enjoyed 4 adventure filled days that included dualsport motorcycles, hiking, waterfalls, caves, kayaking, rock climbing, zip-lines, and a giant cheeseburger.

View from the cabin each morning
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Enjoyed some rough roads
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Hiked and scrambled up rocks to some amazing perches
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Buffalo River crossing at Erbie
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Fantastic 7 mile float on the Buffalo
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Rock climbing (for dummies)
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The Excalibur burger at Ozark Cafe is 1lb of meat and the buns are 2 grilled-cheese sandwiches. 1/2 of it was just about perfect!
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 #21857  by safiri
 07 Jul 2019 18:01
I drove from PA to KC yesterday. The MO, MS, & OH rivers, and their tributaries, are all as high as I have seen them since 1993(?). I have kayaked at Hillsdale Res. two weeks ago, which is 10-12' above normal pool and not releasing very much due to the flooding downstream. All boat ramps are closed, so we launched from the road shoulder. My WaveRunner and ski boat are still tarped and I'm not sure when I'll get them out. Not to mention the motos.
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 #21858  by stimmer6253472
 09 Jul 2019 14:14
I rented a 2012 Honda CBR250r the last three days in Kona on the big island of Hawaii. Not the ideal bike for a 6' 200 pound person but I still had a blast and burnt up 500 miles while still doing all the beach stuff with the family.
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 #21871  by Creekside
 18 Jul 2019 16:05
That's some pretty cool museum. If you get a chance and you like that place, next time in Albuquerque go to the nuke museum at Sandia National Labs on the Kirkland Air Force Base. Actually has some bombs there minus hardware, B52s. As an ex-DOE guy its really neat to see the older stuff and the newer.
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