Hideaway Inn

Rt. 1, Box 199, Hardy, Arkansas, 72542, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Hardy

Where I came from

A travel blog entry by joseph.smith

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... 15 years it is hard to imagine going to a restaurant and not being able to order a glass of wine or a beer, but now I don't have to worry about that when I go home (now I just worry about it when I go to the Middle East!) and neither do you.

If you ever find yourself in the Hardy area please let me know. I can give you the low-down, such as it is, and some must-dos that I didn't list here. Take care.
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Goodbye Katy

A travel blog entry by boulderbigs

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... We finally arrived at our motel at 9:30 p.m. Yay. Incredible trip through Missouri. Scary to be back with traffic. One of the funniest encounters of the trip happened in the darkening hours of Alton. After crossing this beautiful bridge we found it most difficult to hunt down our hotel. A youthful man dodges through traffic on a four lane roadway to encounter us on this poverty ridden section we find ourselves in. He asks, ...

"My Cousin Vinny" scenario

A travel blog entry by avpadventure

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The other night we pulled into a quaint historic town called Hardy, Arkansas and we were directed to the local campground run by the volunteer fire dept.. There was one other RV in the small campground that sat beside a scenic river. Sure we did cross over railroad tracks but the little station beside them was really cool (see photo)

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Getting Manipulated by the Nephew

A travel blog entry by usatexan

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... 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 ...

Knockd my socks off.

A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad

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We decided to stay on the secondary roads to Mammoth Springs. It was a nice road with lots of scenary. But there was nothing to tell me what we would see when we arived at Blanchard Springs SP and the caverns.

There are 2 seperate tours to take. i suggest taking both of them. The caverns are awsesome. This cavern is on the lookout for White-nose disease which is killing ...

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