Days Inn Dumas
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... flowers from the Chinese cemetery in Greenville
Think of food in the Delta and certainly fried chicken or catfish, collard greens, black-eyed peas, hearty mac and cheese, and home-made biscuits certainly come to mind, but one of the latest (or at least it’s new since I was there last in 1990) food craze is Koolickles (Kool-Aid
Pickles). Have ...
Day #1 ended with our first official "taste of the Delta" with a catfish supper with all the trimmings at Leo's at the Levee in Rosedale. Having grown up in "The Catfish Capital of Wisconsin" (our fire department serves a ton and a quarter of Mississippi River Catfish each August), I was expecting big things. This quaint little restaurant offered us a great way to unwind after the first long day. We enjoyed delicious farm-raised catfish and absolutely amazing hush ...
... told us of a couple of places of interest, so off we went again
We learned about the beginnings of Arkansas called the Arkansas Post- a trading post between the first European settlers and the friendly Indians.
The other place was a bit sad really. Try hards in my opinion.
Back to the hotel for a refreshing swim, then as I fancied pizza for dinner, we tried to find one which ...
... to shore and returned the canoe. After our little excursion, we packed up camp, and took our showers. Shane went and found one of the geocaches hidden in the park while he was waiting on me. Then we hit the road. We had lunch in the town of Monticello at an Italian restaurant called Panorama Ristorante. We split a sausage pizza and both had side salad, both were good. We made our way to Pine Bluff which was going to ...