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Caught in the Arkansas River 375 lbs Catfish! It had to be drug to land by a pickup truck

Caught in the Arkansas River 375 lbs Catfish! It had to be drug to land by a pickup truck

Arkansaurus fridayi ~ The only dinosaur bones found in Arkansas that have been brought to the attention of the scientific community. In August 1972, Joe B. Friday discovered the fossils of the right hind foot in a gravel pit near his land in Lockesburg (Sevier County). The bones were in rocks of the Lower Cretaceous Trinity Group from approximately 146 -100mya. UA professor James Harrison Quinn gave it the informal name “Arkansaurus fridayi” in 1973. Interesting article at site.

Arkansaurus fridayi ~ The only dinosaur bones found in Arkansas that have been brought to the attention of the scientific community. In August 1972, Joe B. Friday discovered the fossils of the right hind foot in a gravel pit near his land in Lockesburg (Sevier County). The bones were in rocks of the Lower Cretaceous Trinity Group from approximately 146 -100mya. UA professor James Harrison Quinn gave it the informal name “Arkansaurus fridayi” in 1973. Interesting article at site.

My chickens would never put up with this quackery.

Now that I look back at this pic, it would be interesting to put our geese in dresses. But Beatrix Potter had ducks in dresses I think, not geese. The Puddleduck sisters? The Muscovy ducks might put up with it better than the geese.

Home and 10 surveyed acres of bottom- land bordering Long Creek! A 3 bedroom, 2 bath custom built structure with log siding. Owner states approx. 1700 sq ft with construction date of 2007. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 baths on the main level and a 3rd bedroom upstairs. The entry and bathrooms have tile flooring with the rest of the home having solid finished oak flooring. The kitchen shows quality construction with Formica counter-tops and pretty oak cabinets in Alpena AR

Home and 10 surveyed acres of bottom- land bordering Long Creek! A 3 bedroom, 2 bath custom built structure with log siding.

MUDDY RIVER. In a rain-soaked arena, a pickup man attempts to grab the bronc rein to take control of the horse - Saddle Bronc Riding.

In a rain-soaked arena, a pickup man attempts to grab the bronc rein to take control of the horse - Saddle Bronc Riding. - photo by Bev Pettit Photography

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Horse

Salt making in Arkansas can be traced to the Caddo Indians c.1400CE, & played a critical role in the history & politics of Arkansas ~ Top: A 5.5 ft 200-gal salt kettle at the Clark County Courthouse; presumably used in salt production from water of the Saline Bayou one mile east of Arkadelphia by John Hemphill in Arkansas Territory c.1814. Bottom: Salt production by a Sevier County resident as late as 1940.

Salt making in Arkansas can be traced to the Caddo Indians &…

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