Dove House Inn

Address: 1976 Beech Street, Arcadia, Louisiana, 71001, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 1976 Beech Street, Arcadia.
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Travel Blogs from Arcadia

Walmart (home sweet home)

A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Nov 22, 2013

... back the end of Feb. who knows what we will do, it looks like our traveling days may be over for a little bit.....being on the road, always looking for the next job, does wear you out and stresses you out a little.....really hard to find a great workamper jobs for the entire season.....there's always a break in between jobs. So will keep everyone posted and of course guessing.....Were is Waldo (Larry & Marge).....until then we will CYA down the ...

Across the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by suewelsch on Oct 02, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... South. I took a photo of a cotton field from the car and also of the Mississippi River as we crossed into Louisiana.

The literature that we picked up as we entered Mississippi all featured Faith Hill, one of the state's most famous people. There was an article about her in the state brochure where she told about her life growing up in Star Mississippi, and spoke about her favorite places. Since we passed ...

Lake Claiborne State Park - day two

A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 26, 2013

... a number of waterfront sites!

We had dinner with my friend, Loy Weaver, and his wife, Cathey, in their lovely home in Homer, LA.

As we retired for the evening, we braced ourselves for the final push for home. The next two stops, Meridian, MS, and Carrollton, GA, are to be just overnight, probably without unhooking from the truck.

Lake Claiborne State Park, Homer, LA

A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 25, 2013

... were the home turf of the Hatfield clan, of Hatfield-McCoy feud fame. We had many great adventures, chasing up the hills and hollows after federal fugitives, army deserters, and assorted other law breakers.

After getting set up at the park, I called Loy and he came out to the campsite. We reminisced and got caught up with all that has happened in our lives since those great old days. Both ...

Drive to Ruston, LA

A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson on Jul 09, 2012

Last night we decided to skip climbing Guadeloupe peak (the high point of Texas) and come on back to Ruston today. We are all ready to get back home to see out family and friends again. We also are just burnt out physically, mentally, and financially. The drive through Texas was ...