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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Left home at 7:45, 66 degrees. We went north on Hwy 75 and then to Hwy 69 to I40 and then north on 540 and then to Hwy 71. Drove to Cave City, Ar and stayed at The Creeks Rv Resort. Very nice, but pricey at $41. The diesel prices are good at $3.45 /gal. The weather was nice ...
On my way up the state of Arkansas, in Heber Springs I stopped by the Ozark Country Market. Cute place with good selection of produce and healthy snacks. Got a few things and headed on to find Tricia and Jim in Horseshoe Bend.
Tricia and Jim had been staying at the timeshare Crown Point for several days - I joined them and we had fun together Saturday night (kayaking, hot tubbing, ...
... to be careful, and the trout below the fish hatchery are abundant. Hunting is also good--deer in the fall and turkey in the spring--whichever you prefer you are liable to get your fill.
Probably the most exciting news in the last few years is the legalization of alcohol sales in the county. Big, big news for an area predominantly stuck in the prohibition era. After having lived in Europe for ...
... ever see the movie "My Cousin Vinnie"? Well within the first hour four trains went by not more than 100 yards from our RV. The people from the other RV told us to expect the trains all night long but it was maybe 4 more trains before morning.
The town itself was very historic and we enjoyed walking around the storefronts and by the ...
... a nearby grove of ash trees. Due in part to the remoteness of the area, Ash Flat became the center of trade for nearby farmers soon after its formation. In the years following the Civil War. Ash Flat was home to three stores, a blacksmith shop, a cotton gin and two saloons. In the years leading up to the turn of the 20th century, the town also claimed a hotel, a drug store and a flour and grist mill, in addition to a sawmill that became a necessity after ...