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Andrew Edgerton
Lives in DFW, Tarrant County, TX, United States
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On March 24, three weeks after the news first broke that state Rep. Justin Harris (R-West Fork) and his wife, Marsha, gave their two adopted...
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Jim Bob Duggar's family has made a sizable living as stars of a reality TV show "Nine Kids and Counting" based on the size and extreme religious orientation of the family. So now has come the downside in the aftermath of reporting about sexual molestation within the Duggar home
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Gawker's Defamer blog digs into the Internet wayback machines for some campaign literature from 2002, when Jim Bob Duggar ran for U.S. Senate. In the course of discussing his opposition to abortion in all circumstances, he said incest should be a capital crime (punishable by the death penalty).
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Incredible view. This is a gem of Scenic 7. It's easy to see why this was chosen as the location of one of the earliest public rest stops in Arkansas. It's a perfect place to take a lunch break during the long drive north to BNR and the Ozark National Forest. It has modern restrooms with flush toilets and running water, which is a welcome for anyone heading back south after a week of backpacking.
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Easy hike. View over the valley was spectacular. The formations themselves were varied and interesting, and I enjoyed being able to walk down below the bluff and through the caves. I could easily imagine how the Osage and Woodland period peoples would have used this area for shelter during hunting expeditions. There was one downside, and it isn't the fault of the Forest Service, so I won't lower my rating. Some visitors don't seem to understand "Leave No Trace" ethics and I saw at least a half dozen places where small fires had been started, along with one fire ring right out on a bluff. I scattered and hid what I encountered, which is what the originators should have done. I guess we should be grateful they at least put their fires out!
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Easy hike, but I just did the bridge portion due to my schedule. The upper trail improvements (benches, railings) detracted somewhat from the experience, but I understand the need. The lower trail that runs below the bridge however was very enjoyable. There were very few improvements in the bridge area and you are able to see not only the natural course of the water that forms the bridge, but also the variety of flora that live in the microbiome that exists there. The area around the bridge was much drier than within, and I saw quite a few interesting ferns and flowers that didn't seem to grow beyond a few yards of the formation.
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Fairy Tale Museum
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