I hated to leave the river. We had such a good time there. Nancy snapped a quick picture of a girl named Andrea who was smitten with me and very nice to Nancy. She worked in the office. The picture is not clear, but I want to post it, anyway.
I hope I get to see her again.
Once Nancy hooked up, I waited in the trailer while she showered, and then we said goodbye to our neighbors and headed out. Mostly, we went through farming country, today.
There were so many things to take pictures of, but it's too dangerous to pull over. We did get a couple, though. One is of fields that had these weird plowing rows--all curving and no apparent pattern. We had never seen anything like them before. Then, we started to see huge fields that were flooded with water, but it looked like they were farming something.
We stopped to eat lunch in England, Arkansas. We ate in the trailer. Then, we went for a walk and when we got back in the truck we went and got gas.
We think what happened is that the police surprised the people in this building, and they all tried to get away. We got to see a real live drug bust!!
The last thing I'll say for the night is that the lady next door here travels alone. She is a widow from Casper, Wyoming. She has a big 5th wheeler. She says it actually tracks better than a trailer (she had one) behind her truck. The only thing about it is--where would Nancy put all her "just in case" stuff that's in the back of the truck?
We'll take pictures of the park, tomorrow, and check out Hot Springs. Good night.