Gluten Free Chic Fil Le, Maumelle Park, Butcher & Mexican

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Gluten Free Chic Fil Le Bun

This a late June catch up post to catch myself up at light speed ok, thanks. Each one of these could have been their own post but had to compile some to save some time. June is a wonderful month in Little Rock, very beautiful and a little hot. Not nearly as hot as Texas, the humidity is almost non existent here.

First up I tried the new Chic Fil Le gluten free bun that comes in it’s own wrapper that you probably should toast first at home, was a little chilly. It was decent, but I’d prefer an udi’s bun over that. I do enjoy their grilled chicken nuggets though.

 

Two Rivers Park Bridge

The Two Rivers Park Bridge is a pedestrian and bike bridge connected to Maumelle Park. The bridge is 1,368 feet long. It’s also a biotch to ride your bike over, but it’s a very clean bike ride and adventurous at that! Check it out and click read more. June Adventures!

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Riding over the Two Rivers Park Bridge

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Our new Egyptian Maus! Fastest Domestic Kitties

So I asked Alexa, “Alexa, what’s the fastest domestic cat?” She said the Egyptian Mau which can top speeds up to 33MPH!?!?! I said I have to find these and obtain them. Sure enough someone near us in Arkansas had some and we adopted two baby kitties. We named them Tesla & Enya and they can zoom faster than you can say The Flash. Here are some of the photos soon as we picked them up in a Popeye’s parking lot (Little Rock Fashion) style. Perfect way to bring in the New Year 2017!

Read about these egyptian maus below!

The Egyptian Mau is the fastest of the domestic cats,[3] with its longer hind legs, and unique flap of skin extending from the flank to the back knee, providing for greater agility and length of stride. Maus have been clocked running more than 48 km/h (30 mph).[3]

Maus often possess very musical voices. They are known to chirp, chortle, and emit other distinctly unusual vocalizations when stimulated.[4] Another behavior, quite common in happy Maus, has been described as “wiggle-tail.” The cat, whether female or male, wiggles and twitches its tail, and appears to be marking territory, also known as spraying, but during this behavior the Mau is not releasing urine. Facial expressions may change according to mood, and eye color may change from green to turquoise.[citation needed]

Hit read more to see rest of week 1 kitty photos! meow.

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