A To Z Guest Ranch
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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... 11.30am at the old mill. This was used in the opening of gone with the wind. Stunning location for lunch, by far the best lunch location so far. Turquoise water, old fashioned brick mill, lush green grass and quirky wooden bridges. Much need lift today with long van journeys that we have today. After another hour or so drive up an Arkansas Ouachita mountain that is 2,681-foot up, we arrive at our campsite the ...
... Scenic Drive” and drove about 30 miles into Oklahoma; it was a beautiful drive with plenty of scenic overlooks of the valley. For dinner we met Sue & Al’s son “A. J.” and his significant other “Michelle” at the Mexican restaurant, and after dinner we all went back to the house, for an evening of laughs.
Thursday May 8, 2014
Non Travel Day
This morning was overcast, but after breakfast we decided
to take a ride over the “Talimena Scenic Drive” in the Ouachila National
Forest. The drive started out ok but as we approached the top of the mountain heavy clouds rolled in and covered ...
Wednesday May 7, 2014
Leaving Vicksburg we headed west on I-20 across Louisiana
to Shreveport, and from there we headed north on US 71 into Arkansas and our
destination of Mena Arkansas. We arrived
at our good friends, Sue and Al, home late in the afternoon. After an enjoyable dinner at a local restaurant
we spent the evening catching up on what has happened since we last saw them.
... are rolling in the Belle’s kitchen as fast as a diesel locomotive.
The passenger car restaurant sits on Highway 59 North in Heavener, close enough to the Kansas City Southern tracks and depot so that the Crabtree’s don’t have to pipe in special sound effects. In fact, if you’re lucky, on occasion you’ll hear the low earthquake grumbling of a slow moving train nearing the depot or the lonesome squeal of the iron wheels as the ground crew ...