Ozone

This is the second installment in a series about Arkansas Highway 21, written by Arkansas Tourism Director Joe David Rice. Three miles or so beyond Ozone is a handy public recreation area, complete with campsites, picnic tables, and “primitive” (i.e., non-flush) toilets, maintained by the Ozark National Forest. It’s also the site of Camp Ozone, …
This is the first installment in a series about Arkansas Highway 21, written by Arkansas Tourism Director Joe David Rice. Apparently not worried a bit about my sudden appearance, the black bear paused on the opposite side of the road, taking up most of the lane as if he owned the asphalt. I’d rounded a …