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Old 10-01-2008, 02:13 PM
 
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Old 10-02-2008, 12:34 PM
 
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Explanations of above photos: (did anyone guess where they were?)

1. Forsythias blooming this past spring. This was taken on a little road that follows the Mulberry River for much of the way, and provides several access points. Keep on going, and you will end up at Shores Lake, picture #3.

2. Close-up of one of the forsythias.

3. Shores Lake from overlook. This is a beautiful little lake.

4. This is the backside of the small waterfall on Lost Valley trail that I have already posted a picture of. On the left you can see the water rushing out of the side of the mountain.

5. This is one of the deep, green pools I was telling about in another post. We stuck a long hiking stick in it and estimated it to be 6 or 7 feet deep. The color is more beautiful in person!

6. Eden Falls on the Lost Valley trail. The hiker at the bottom gives you an idea of the size of them. Just to the right out of the picture is the huge overhang they call Cobb Cave.

7. View of Eden Falls from inside Cobb Cave.

This is stuff (Lost Valley) that would have been buried completely if the Buffalo River had been dammed!
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:29 PM
 
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Old 10-03-2008, 12:59 PM
 
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1. Sign for the swinging bridge on Hwy. 215, right past Oark.

2. View of the river from the other side of the swinging bridge. Notice the beautiful color of that water!

3. An old church on Hwy. 215. I love old churches.

4. Scenic Hwy. 23 (the Pig Trail), looking north at Turner Bend. The bridge is crossing the Mulberry River.

5. Turner Bend Store. There is a campground right across the road (to the right out of the picture) and to the left and back out of the picture there are a couple of "cabins" (more like little condos) for rent. They're nice....expensive (about $125/night), but they have two bedrooms and seems like the couch will make a bed, too. You can also rent canoes at Turner Bend.
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Old 10-03-2008, 02:36 PM
 
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Smile your pics

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Ok, the first picture is the entrance to Cave Mountain Cave. It's hard to tell without some kind of reference for scale, but this is actually looking down....you follow a little trail down to it. I would guess, relying on my fautly memory, the opening is probably 10 or 12 feet high....if anybody knows better, correct me.

The second one is the Glory Hole. I wanted to post another one that had people in it for perspective on the scale, but I really don't like putting pictures of my family on the internet for the whole world to see. I would say the hole is approximately 12-14 feet from the ground. I didn't get to go to this one, my brother took this picture. I want to go someday, though they said it was a pretty strenuous hike, so I'd better go soon before I get too old!

The third one I'm not positive about, but I'm pretty sure it's the Twin Falls area, which is right off the beautiful Cass-Oark road that I was telling about in another post. I have a picture of the Twin Falls, but it has people in it. They're easy to get to....you can find them in Tim Ernst's Arkansas Waterfalls book. This is a side-shoot of the main creek where the Twin Falls are.

Next is a view up the Mulberry River from the Cass-Oark Road, Hwy. 215. One of the prettiest drives in Arkansas, IMO.

Next is also on Hwy 215, right before the High Bank Canoe Access parking lot. It was spring and the water was running everywhere. This water runs into the Mulberry right across the road. If you look closely you can see a pretty large waterfall at the top, which brings us to the next picture, which is a close-up of that waterfall.

I'll post more later! Hope everybody enjoys these.
OMG those pics bring back memories of my 6 years in Ark. Mountainburg
Alma, Van Buren, its was great living there. We loved it.
Thanks for the pics.
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Old 10-12-2008, 09:57 AM
 
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Old 10-15-2008, 09:20 PM
 
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Okay, so not technically a picture of Arkansas...and not my favorite politician in the world, but a picture of one of Arkansas' best known native sons...and also a picture overlooking Jack's Landing at Mountain View, looking back toward Sylamore.
He is my favorite. I kinda like ole Bill. No matter what anyone else thinks. I would like to see more pics of surrounding Little Rock area. All these pics of Arkansas are breath taking! Thanks everyone.........
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Old 10-24-2008, 09:00 AM
 
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(I hope this works...) These are pictures of state parks- Petite Jean and Pinnacle Mountain I believe...
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Old 10-28-2008, 11:17 PM
 
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does anyone have any atv/offroad pics?
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Old 11-05-2008, 09:11 AM
 
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There's a similar Coke mural on the wall of an old 2-story brick building in downtown Leslie on corner of main street and Hwy 66.
There is one in Fountain Hill, also. I'll try to remember to take a picture of it next time we go through. I always enjoy looking at it. Old-fashioned stuff gives me a happy feeling.
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