Cottonwood Inn Motel Pocahontas
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Travel Blogs from Pocahontas
I guess the best place to start is at the beginning. I am from the small town of Hardy, Arkansas, and although you haven't heard of it, it is one of the most beautiful places in the world: forests, lakes, rivers, wildlife; everything a nature lover could want. I lived the better part of my first 19 years in Hardy and for that I will forever be grateful. I don't get back much nowadays, but it is always close to ...
... They thought I was making fun of their English skills and got shy about trying to speak in English.
Of course, I was not making fun, I admire them for being able to speak my language. I cannot speak any of their language or any language from any other country. Most Americans can only speak English. But, other people I met from around the world speak several languages often. And, all of them seem to speak English in addition to their own language. So, since ...
... ACTE put it very well "It is all about RESPECT". I have harped a lot about networking so I won't go into too much detail, but it is important. Knowing who to talk to in a critical moment can be crucial. Overall, I would say that I feel like I have learned quite a lot. I have learned about the industry, culture, history, and even myself. If this was all in just the first leg, I can't wait to see what the next leg has to offer. Until ...
... easier than I thought (it must be driven by excitement). I have been moving out of my current apartment, all while packing for this trip. In between all this packing and moving, I have tried to spend as much time as possible with my friends, family, and loved ones.
I cannot wait for what this adventure has in store, and cannot wait to meet and work with the Supplier Relations Team.
This is all for now, but I will updates soon as I land!
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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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed