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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by mouthfulloflake, Feb 20, 2010.
Old tag was the Hart Cemetery on Rainbow Road near Bentonville.
I know exactly where it is, and will go by it today in a cage. If I could just get my visitor to ride on my bike, I could nab it.
Petrino wanna be.
BUMP! How about another clue for the short bus section?
Even I know where it is. (Actually, just happened to drive by it yesterday.)
Well why have you not nabbed it yet this morning?
I hit the wet stuff early enough to not get completely soaked.
Just got top of my slacks from the knees to mid thigh as we crawled along from the spur up to Johnson road.
same here Terrorscooter.
stopped at the first stop sign on mission with traffic, the bottom fell out of it.
IM at work with a wet taint.
I need better rain pants.
Spelunking at one of the starts of the Illinois River
And better friends.
He has friends?
Well just you, and thats only on wednesday when you meet him at the motel 6 for hump day.
the best my money can buy.
its a shame im broke.
Yeah, but we're not friends.
Right, that is a business transaction.
So you're just there for the hump eh?
Couldn't quite find the correct angle because it was really muddy. But here it is.
The tag was at Cave Springs Lake on Hwy 112. The Lake was built by a man named Elijah Allen. It was built around 1852 to provide hydraulic power for a a gristmill.
Allen used the Scottish term for lake (loch) and following the tradition to name the lake after a woman he named it after his daughter Lono. Thus it began life as Loch Lono. Later, Wilson Mortimer Bartlett purchased the lake and surrounding property about the same time that Cave Springs incorporated in 1910. He made the Loch more permanent in 1914 by building a a concrete dam structure that still carries the names of Loch Lono and Bartlett Dam with the date of 1914.
(The above photos borrowed...errr stolen from the Illinois Watershed and Upstream Matters websites).
The Illinois River Watershed Partnership and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission drained the lake and are working to restore the natural stream habitat now.
With an adventurous salute I give you your new tag.
Ive wanted to use that one too charlie!
Is that some park bathroom where you've been hanging out lately?