Three travelers from France showed up this week wanting to stay in one of our “chalets.” (Must be French for cabin!) They were driving two seriously-decked-out Land Rovers that looked like they could be on safari to the far corners of the world. And, turns out, they were…
They shipped the Rovers from France to Buenos Aires, drove them to Tierra del Fuego – the southernmost tip of South America – then all the way through the west coast of our United States to the northernmost tip of Alaska, Prudhoe Bay.
They stopped in Eureka Springs on their way cross-country to the east coast. It was fun to navigate the language barrier. They knew a fair amount of English; Carmen studied French in college 40 years ago!
All in all, we enjoyed traveling virtually by hearing the stories of their varied adventures. Bon Voyage!