We're talking about the Arkansas River and one of the covered pavilions in Rebsamen Park. But nothing is decided as to a place yet. We're open to suggestions.I voted! I am flexible. I haven't started wearing my cut-off britches yet,
(white legs look like toothpics on a watermellon) but I can dress accordingly, & I can't swim so, I need to stay close to high ground....
Let me know where....:biggrin::musical-note:
Let me know when you go by there and maybe I'll ride along.Maumelle State Park has pavilions available for $50. Right now all the pavilions are available. I'll go by there in the next few days & see which ones might be better. And if that's ok with everyone, I'll reserve one. And if someone wants to bring a small lathe, I'll bring a small generator. I need to make sure it will run the lathe, but I think it should.
John & I visited the park today. We picked Pavilion #1. It has the most parking and a view of the river. There are 2 grills, but we might need to find a decent grate. The ones there are in bad shape. The pavilion is covered, and has 2 electrical outlets. There is reasonably room for 50 people, so I think we'll fit. Even if we bring immediate family . . . . . . . . in-laws . . . . . . 3rd cousins . . . . . . . friends of 3rd cousins. Well, you get the idea.Bob.....how did the parks visit go?
Hey Joshua,Bob! Thanks for the invite to join your local chapter. Looking at the map it's about 3 hours from my place, but a trip well worth attending. I will be there on the 17th with the family. I look forward to meeting you and the others from this chapter.
Let me know how else I can contribute to a successful meeting. :biggrin:
Also, the family and I will be out in the hot springs area (for the water park) this weekend. Any recommendations of woodwork shops I can visit?