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Oct 22, 2013 - Wooden Hanger, Artist Point

Trip to Fayetteville to see their small air museum, the best part: one of only three wooden hangers still in existence! Went to the Catfish Hole for fried catfish, on yeah in the south again! Stopped at a local bakery and on the way back wandered thru a house with several local artists items for sale. Furniture, home made soap, jewelry, pottery, woven scarfs, a loom room, hand carved wooden bowels. Thank you Lord for a wonderful day.

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Apr 26, 2013 - Wilthroup State Park, Arkansas

What a difference a day makes. We have been traveling across some pretty flat land and just before we hit Arkansas, it started to get hilly and now its really hilly. We found a state park to stay in for a couple of days. The road leading to the park is a small 2 lane road that is hilly and snakes back and forth. We also changed from open fields to lots and lots of trees. It is a nice little park with full hookups. We have no phone reception here, but it is nice and quiet and we are surrounded by trees. The trees are just starting to leaf...

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Mar 23, 2011 - The Seduction of the Traveler

I am being wooed and seduced. The glossy, colorful brochures with pictures of a laughing, happy couple enjoying fine dining and drinks along a riverfront restaurant or visiting drop-dead gorgeous sights look enticing. Visit us – no, come visit us. We call it “travel porn.” These magazines don’t contain the scantily or unclad man or woman. Instead, they are the high-gloss pictures of a destination which play right into your dreams and try to persuade you to visit. One beautiful picture may convince you to head south instead of north. It is...

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May 13, 2010 - Fayetteville

This will be brief. We traveled up to Fayetteville to RoadHog RV park in late April. The Razorback baseball team was to play a three game series at Baum Stadium over the weekend, so I had gotten tickets online for the games. Stopped in Russellville on the way up to see T.J. and Ellen. Stayed over an extra night then to visit with friends we met down in Harlingen, but who live in Russellville. They have a very nioe place up on the mountain a few miles from town. As we turned north from Alma, going up the Boston Mountains towards...

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TurneyTravels 2010

Sep 2, 2007 - Fayetteville

After enjoying the pool and getting the truck and trailer all packed up, we headed north to Southgate RV Park in Fayetteville. This park is closer to Eureka Springs which will allow us to make a day trip and not have to tow the trailer through the winding roads all the way there. This park is really low key. When I made reservations, they didn't ask for a deposit or any information. When we arrived, there wasn't anyone here to greet us. We picked up a "registration envelope" from a house in front which gave us all the details for paying,...

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Rau Ramblings

Jun 29, 2007 - Spent the day in Kansas

We left Colorado Springs at 06:30 Mountain time for our drive into Fayetteville, AR. I was really disheartened when the GPS navigation voice said, "Turn right in 340 miles." This put us only about halfway to our destination. I heard someone descirbe the drive on I-70 as that where one could nod off to sleep and awaken 4 hours later and still be in the same lane. Really got worried south of Wichita and into OK. There are some serious problems with flooding in these parts. Interesting to contrast the swollen, muddy Arkansas river in Oklahoma...

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Southwest Tour

Jul 5, 2006 - Devil's Den State Park - near Winslow Arkansas

Our last stop was at Devil's Den State Park south of Fayetteville. This was probably the best campground we have ever stayed at. We liked it so much, we skipped the trip to Crater of Diamonds and stayed two more days. There was a bunch to do. Caves to crawl through, piles of rocks to climb, creeks to wade, minnows and crawfish to noodle, a baseball diamond in the park, trails to hike, and probably other stuff we didn't get around to. They've got full hookups and about 15 cabins (great place for the church group to go to). Lots and lots of...

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Apr 30, 2006 - On to Russellville and Fayetteville

April 27 - We were able to leave Golden Pond on Thursday and drove to Russellville via Clinton and taking Highway 9 over to Morrilton to hit I-40. Nice drive. We arrived at Outdoor Living Center about 9:30 where we had an appointment to have some minor work done on the coach. The biggest thing was to get the shower door replaced, which was a warranty item we had been waiting on since purchasing the coach almost two years ago. The replacement door had finally arrived just before we left to go to Arizona in December but we did not have time...

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Turney Travels 2007



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