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Old 12-26-2018, 05:29 AM
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Low Gap Cafe is a great place for a bite to eat!
 
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Low Gap Cafe is a great place for a bite to eat!
+1 Nick can cook!
 
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Guess I need to take note of this place for BBB next year. Several great eating places in and around Jasper. Cliff house has a Gator Po boy to die for!!!!
 
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+1 Nick can cook!
and tell some non politically correct jokes!
 
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You can order the guide free from Arkansas Tourism, they may have a more up to date version. I used it when I went there and it worked great.
https://issuu.com/arkansas/docs/2017_arkansas_motorcycling_guide
Link for some other guides. https://www.arkansas.com/publications
 

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Did that area this past summer. Definitely do the Pig Trail. Also Route 7 South out of Ola was great. A bit further than a day trip, the Natchez Trace Trail was beautiful.
 
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I’ve been allllll over the country on bikes. Blue ridge, the dragon, the skyway, lots of stuff in Tn, Va, NC/SC, all the gulf states, etc.

My favorite trip of my entire life was when I had a foundation crack at my house and they had to bust the floor out of my garage and tunnel under to repair water and sewer pipes that broke. It was a one day planned spontaneous let’s go to hot springs for a week since we will have no water trip. I did 300 miles a day in Nw Arkansas and I didn’t have a day I didn’t like. So much to see, so many badass roads, awesome mom and pops places to eat, awesome locals. I could go on.

When tailwind announced a meet and greet in eureka springs this coming spring I jumped on it as fast as I could hahaha. By far my favorite state to just go ride around with no purpose other than to enjoy it.
 
 


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