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1/15/10, Stamps, AR - It was an easy drive to Stamps, where we had a prearranged stopover with, Garry Rivers, whom we met a couple of days ago.

We pulled out a little late this morning, after saying goodbye to our gracious hostess, Jonnie Harris, who went out of her way to make us feel welcome.

As we travel through Arkansas, I find the people to be some of the kindest that I have met in my travels.  Initially, I thought travel in this state would be difficult, there wasn’t too much livestock and traditional farms were far apart.  The folks we have met, have been great and most of our supplies have been given to us.

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Myself with our hostess from the previous night.

We stopped at a convenience store in the town of Waldo.  It was there that we noted that Doc wasn’t comfortable walking. I found his right front shoe had worn down.  We stopped to reshoe him. It was near noon before I was done, so we grained the horses and had lunch before pulling out.

While stopped in Waldo, the Talley family stopped and presented us a copy of their CD, ‘The Story is Still the Same’, by the Crusaders, a very good trio singing gospel music.  Dee and I popped it in the CD player and found it very good.

The afternoon drive was pleasant, with warm temperatures and an easy road. We pulled into the town of Stamps about 4 pm, where we met with our host for the evening. Garry is a horseman that has about 95 head of horses and donkeys on 128 acres, not far from his house. 

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An interesting mix of animals in a pasture along the way.

Tonight, we are settled down in the Stamps and have been treated to a nice fish dinner.  This was another banner day.