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Old 10-27-2017, 10:42 PM
 
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I think Arkansas is a state where several "regions" blend. I would say that the lower half, especially the Southeastern corner has a definite southern feel; the upper half, especially the Northwest corner is more midwestern in feel; and the Southwestern corner has wafts of both southern and southwestern. Spend a week in McGehee, a week in Texarkana, and a week in Fayetteville and I think you'll feel the regional differences.
I forget where the Mason Dixon line is in this area.
I think the eastern side of Arkansas is ugly. Reminds me of West Texas. Now the western side has more trees. And on up. The top part of Arkansas has a lot of trees too. And tons of ticks, chiggers and mosquitoes.
I saw Texarkana not too long ago. Made me feel sick. It is not the place it used to be.
But then...many places are looking like that. Not the same anymore.
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Old 10-27-2017, 10:47 PM
 
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sorry..my bad... forget mason dixon line..lol..
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