Hardy's Spring River Lodge
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... Decided to drive a little further than we had first planned because the weather was great and so are the roads. We were on the road with a lot of University of Arkansas who are returning back home after playing Texas A & M in Dallas yesterday. Texas A & M won! ...
... but the magic show was cancelled, bummer). Tricia and I entertained Jim with a synchronized kayaking display - it was quite a lovely thing! Had dinner in the cabin and I slept on the pull out couch - very comfy!
Sunday morning Jim drove to a place to dig crystals on his way to Austin, and Tricia and I drove to Devil's Den State Park in West Fork, AR to find more adventure!
... to be careful, and the trout below the fish hatchery are abundant. Hunting is also good--deer in the fall and turkey in the spring--whichever you prefer you are liable to get your fill.
Probably the most exciting news in the last few years is the legalization of alcohol sales in the county. Big, big news for an area predominantly stuck in the prohibition era. After having lived in Europe for ...
... ever see the movie "My Cousin Vinnie"? Well within the first hour four trains went by not more than 100 yards from our RV. The people from the other RV told us to expect the trains all night long but it was maybe 4 more trains before morning.
The town itself was very historic and we enjoyed walking around the storefronts and by the ...
... 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 ...
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4213 Hwy 63 and 62-412, Hardy | 2 star motelfrom $58