Leaving Aux Arc Campground, North to Springdale
The image above is of my campsite at the Aux Arc Corps of Engineers Campground in Ozark, Arkansas. This is yet another very nice facility with decent separation between sites, large level pads, water and electric hookups for a very reasonable price. A small section of the camping area is located in a fairly open area backed by pine trees and fronted by the Arkansas River. Most of the other campsites are located under tall pines.
I have fallen a little behind in doing new posts mostly because of a certain young, very active little maltese. Both Sam and I are having to adjust to a new pace because of her presence.
Pearl is learning fast as to how things work at her new digs, and she does seem to pick up things rather quickly, though she does have a very independent and fearless nature. Since she cannot yet manage stairs or jump up into Sam’s bed, old Sam can get away from her from when she just becomes too much for an old dog to manage.
I have taken several long drives through the mountains in this area, but have yet to discover anything really scenic, though the time of year has a lot to do with that. Just bare trees and a lot of distant haze. Very few birds here at this time of year and the only wildlife I have spotted on my drives have been whitetail does. I would imagine that a lot of the forest roads I have covered would be quite impressive during fall foliage.
Last Sunday, I moved from Aux Arc to the Hickory Creek COE Park just outside of Springdale, Arkansas where my older brother and his wife live. I plan on spending a week or two there catching up with them while waiting for the weather to get a little warmer before continuing north.
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