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The Clarendon Bridge

I don’t know what it is about it, but I have vivid memories of crossing the Big White River Bridge into Clarendon for basketball games during the fall and winter months in the early 80’s.   213 more words

Dally's Fishing Report: 8-25-16

For the fishing guide, the occasional non-fishing vacation is necessary, if for no other reason than to diversify the day to day sensory experience. A land based sport like baseball is a fine distraction from the river; its relaxed pace and tradition of brats and beer create the perfect opportunity for river rats to enjoy time together thinking of something other than fish. 327 more words


Pleasant Morning

Monday, August 22, 2016

We awoke today to a pleasant 60ºF (16C) temperature.  The humidity is down, too, making for a happier time to be working outside. 158 more words


Sam Houston and His Brother in Arkansas

I was driving on Izard County Road 13, a dirt road between Boswell and Calico Rock, when I paused at a plot of land with two signs and a single grave. 1,675 more words

If you know where you are, are you lost?

“Behold, I have played the fool, and have erred exceedingly.” — 1 Samuel 26:16

Given that GPS devices are becoming more and more common in cars, on bikes and in phones, many people can glance at a gizmo and know where they are. 1,582 more words


Real Recovery in Quintown: Resilience Tour to highlight innovative infrastructure work post-Irene

On Sunday, August 21, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm, the Quintown Collaborative will host a free Resilience Tour to highlight completed projects implemented after Tropical Storm Irene.  273 more words


Dally's Fly Fishing Report: 8-18-16

Steady clouds and rain over the past week have given us some of the coolest August temperatures in decades. Plenty of anglers have been taking advantage of the break in the heat wave and enjoying great fishing. 383 more words