Our 15 year old son, Dylan, has been at a football camp for linemen for the past three days, at Arkansas Tech University, in Russellville.
So, my husband (Paul), kids (Rachael, Brady), and I went to Russellville today to pick him up.
After we loaded all of his stuff, we headed to Feltner's Whatta-Burger for lunch. The restaurant came highly recommended by the doctor who gave Dylan his football physical last Saturday.
I didn't realize it at the time, but Feltner's Whatta-Burger is an Arkansas institution. It has been in business for 41 years! Check out this cool review from Kat Robinson.
We had burgers, fries and shakes for lunch with no guilt on the side. It was delicious! Is there anything better than an old-fashioned hamburger and fries? All I can say is, if you're driving through Arkansas on I-40, you should stop by. Just take exit #81 and travel south for a mile or so. It's across the street from Arkansas Tech University.
When we got home, Dylan unpacked his clothes and we just milled around and let our food digest. Paul laid on the couch and did some work on the laptop. The picture to the right shows what happens to you after you consume a Whatta-Burger meal!
A couple hours later, Brady took a nap while Rachael and I did our Slim in 6 'Burn It Up' workout.
After Brady woke up, we packed up the car and headed to Wild River Country for some fun in the sun.
So it was a busy, but fun day. It was really cool to have a weekend day in the middle of the week. The bad side is, I have to experience two Mondays. Arrrrgh...
I hope you're having a good week!
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