Best Western Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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, ...
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 ...
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)
... knows how to enjoy life. By the time it was over we had a nice trail through the woods for HIM to drive through.
We were driving through the woods near Ash Flat, Arkansas. Ash Flat has a population of about 1,082 and is located in the Ozark mountains, about 130 miles northeast of Little Rock, Arkansas. It's about 75 miles northwest of Jonesboro, Arkansas, where we drove from.
Ash Flat was established in 1856, aptly named by local residents in ...