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The History of Memory

“Sooner or later we all discover that the important moments in life are not the advertised ones, not the birthdays, the graduations, the weddings, not the great goals achieved. The

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The Community Bicyclist
Run through the rainbow.

Mud Slinging

By Lisa Mullis Arkansas in autumn is not only resplendent with color from the changing of the leaves but there is not a weekend that is lacking a long list

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All you need is a little momentum to get up the Stairway to Heaven Bridge.

Raid The Rock 2011

UPDATE: Results are in for 2011 Raid the Rock. You can also get splits here. And if you’re wondering where some of these teams came from check out this. By

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Shift Frequent Shifters Club

A Quick Morning Stop

I left the house early this morning heading to a meeting at DeGray Lake Resort State Park (yeah, sometimes it’s tough to be me). I left early so I could

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The Turner Bend Store

Turner Bend Turns 100

The following story released by Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism: Jill M. Rohrbach, travel writer Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism The Turner Bend store — set amid the

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Angry Dave's Flying Ad

But Mom, it’s HOT outside!

“Nobody ever drowned in his own sweat.” That has been quoted so many times, from Ann Landers to Lou Holtz, I have no idea whom to credit. But I think

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Winter Decent on Richland Creek

Some friends shared this great video with me. Most people don’t understand how great the whitewater can be in Arkansas and nothing beats a good winter snow melt. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Om3dQRuJ-kk] As

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Fall Color & Falling Water

Fall color is always a wonderful time in Arkansas.  Early in the season (the second week of October) you will see the colors begin to change up in the Ozarks

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The Ouachita Adventure Race

The Ouachita Adventure Race could become a classic! What a great race, 12 hours of running, orienteering, canoeing, rappelling, mountain biking, etc. All just about 1/2 an hour west of

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