Frontier Motor Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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, ...
... 15 years it is hard to imagine going to a restaurant and not being able to order a glass of wine or a beer, but now I don't have to worry about that when I go home (now I just worry about it when I go to the Middle East!) and neither do you.
If you ever find yourself in the Hardy area please let me know. I can give you the low-down, such as it is, and some must-dos that I didn't list here. Take care.
... early explorers, Indians. So fascinating to see the historical significance of these areas. We left St. Charles and continued to the end of the Katy. We rode to Machens. On the map it shows it connects to a highway. We get to the end of the trail and there was just a pile of boulders, no continuing road. It is out in the middle of nowhere by a train track. I suggested that we sleep here, it was late. Then three trains roared ...
... 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 ...