Arkansas

Discussion in 'U.S.A.' started by freespiritedone, Mar 12, 2018.

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where in Arkansas do you call home?

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  3. Central

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  4. NE

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  1. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Not right not having Arkansas here so I'll be the one to start it what do y'all say! Lol

    I absolutely love Arkansas the natural state for its calming peaceful beauty of the hills and small mountains of all the wild animals of nature you can find! I can spend the rest of my life exploring this beautiful state I call home ! :)20170922_190230_HDR.jpg
    Harrison Ar. Is my home birth place
     
  2. wilsjane

    wilsjane Member

    A bit of a long journey from London, but when I want to spend a few days relaxing, I visit Jane's home area on the west coast of Ireland.

    Ireland-Dunguaire-Castle.-County-Galway.jpg
     
  3. rollingalong

    rollingalong Doobious Lifetime Supporter HipForums Supporter

    graveyard is your birthplace?....
     
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  4. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Absolutely beautiful. Lucky you
     
  5. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    If that's what u think and how u see it, so be it. Common sense should tell u better. This is a place I fully enjoy the peacefulness to walk. The point is the beautiful background and sky.............
     
  6. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Maybe you can make it back someday
     
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  7. rollingalong

    rollingalong Doobious Lifetime Supporter HipForums Supporter

    so you go to the graveyard to look at the sky?....you got defensive over an innocent comment......doesn't Arkansas have something that isn't also in every town in north America?...my island has 5 graveyards?....tell me to use common sense?...how rude
     
  8. rollingalong

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  9. wilsjane

    wilsjane Member

    The only problem with the west coast or Ireland is that it rains for about 364 days of the year.
    They don't call it the "emerald isles" for nothing. LOL.
     
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  10. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Wow looks beautiful but not sure I'd care for all that rain tho lol. It still be worth the trip and memories if ever I got to go there
     
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  11. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Really. Wow yeah there lots of them here my 20 acres is full of oaks
     
  12. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Ahhh I would so miss all of that to. So much to love about Arkansas for sure
     
  13. Noserider

    Noserider You Can Still Call Me Neo

    Wish I could contribute, but I've never been there. But I think it's awesome when people take pride in their home states.
     
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  14. wilsjane

    wilsjane Member

    You could always visit Ireland for a week or so if you ever decide to visit the UK. Cork is a good base to drive up the west coast, but you will need to hire a car, since public transport is almost non existent. I was slightly exaggerating about the rain, but being on the Atlantic coast it is very damp with a fine drizzle of rain, rather than heavy downpours. From the point the picture was taken, their is no land until you reach America.

    If you ever visit the UK, do stay for 6 or 8 weeks. Their is a whole world outside London that most American people never see. Staying here need not be over expensive either. Unless you are staying with friends, it is far better to book a hotel on the outskirts in places such as Putney or Wimbledon (where we live). You will save a fortune of money, get a good nights sleep and are only 15 minutes from central London by train in the mornings.
    Should you still be enjoying chatting to us on HF when you visit, let me know if you need any advice about your trip.

    Your home town looks idyllic and a far cry form the Images of New York that most people over here seen to assume represents the US.
     
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  15. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Thank you I so agree. :) Where r u from ?
     
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  16. Noserider

    Noserider You Can Still Call Me Neo

    Originally, New Hampshire...now, California
     
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  17. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

    Very nice, both sounds good and fun.
    I was born and raised here where I am now in Arkansas, but I'm getting geared up to travel soon, which is my dream come true. A long time coming lol
     
  18. Pete's Draggin'

    Pete's Draggin' Draco Dipedibus Staff Member Lifetime Supporter Super Moderator HipForums Supporter

    Congrats, and safe travels to you.
     
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  19. freespiritedone

    freespiritedone Beeeee Free!

     
  20. dabla

    dabla Member

    I live about an hour from Mena. Been all over Arkansas though. I really like the area in between Ft Smith and Fayetteville and the area around Eureka Springs is really cool too.

    I don't like the bible belt though. In some aspects, the place is run like a theocracy.
     

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