Made a small fire road run in AR in April of 2009. The run was a combination of a fun trip, to start the season, and a trip to shake down the F650GS and KiLR. I started the trip in the DFW area and my riding buddy started the run in IA with his KiLR. The idea was for each of us to head to the Redding camp ground on Hwy.215 near Oark, AR. Once the tents where up we headed to the Oark Cafe; a bit down the road from the Redding camp ground. There was the Mullberry River vista along the way As other have noted, one does not depart the Oark Cafe walking - waddling is a better description Not only was the food good, the surroundings where also plesant. Security was also on top of matters. Once stuffed, it was time to check out the county and fire roads. After a days ride, one has to rest - needless to say, stop where the food is the best; Oark Cafe Then back to the camp to rest and get the fire ready for a night of bull sliinging. All ready to make a snack, a nice suprize came our way in the form of gumbo that our fellow campers had made. The next day was again a day of exploring the fire roads of the area. Along they way there are some interesting, forgotton sites. There was also time to play. And just to make things more fun the fog set it. After that bit of fun it was time to rest at the Gateway M/C shop in Gateway, AR. From there, to Turner Bend to watch the "Wild Hogs" unload for a bar run. Turners Bend is also a outfitter. After two days of play it was time to get civilized again so we could head home and report in to the respective bosses. All in all, it was 1,136 miles of pure fun.