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Title: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 01, 2019, 09:03:15 am
Hey, I know this is a long shot, but I am trying to figure out what football stadium I drove by years ago. We were driving from Conway headed to the north central part of the state, and I remember driving a 2 lane paved highway in the hills. All of a sudden we pass a football stadium that I don't know how they fitted it in there. It was very hilly, but a cool atmosphere. My best guess it was a 3A or below schools. Most likely a 2a. Ring a bell to anyone?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 01, 2019, 12:55:24 pm
Hey, I know this is a long shot, but I am trying to figure out what football stadium I drove by years ago. We were driving from Conway headed to the north central part of the state, and I remember driving a 2 lane paved highway in the hills. All of a sudden we pass a football stadium that I don't know how they fitted it in there. It was very hilly, but a cool atmosphere. My best guess it was a 3A or below schools. Most likely a 2a. Ring a bell to anyone?

Highway #'s would help
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: byvark on October 01, 2019, 01:02:08 pm
Depending on your route, it could have been Marshall or Clinton up Highway 65, north of Van Buren it could have been Cedarville, or up old Highway 71 it could have been Mountainburg or Winslow.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 01, 2019, 01:03:46 pm
Depending on your route, it could have been Marshall or Clinton up Highway 65, north of Van Buren it could have been Cedarville, or up old Highway 71 it could have been Mountainburg or Winslow.

Clinton's isn't on the main highway, Marshall isn't real visible from the highway and is behind the school
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: athletic supporter on October 01, 2019, 01:31:28 pm
Quitman maybe
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 01, 2019, 02:05:50 pm
I know it's not Marshall or Clinton. I looked up some of these schools, and can't seem to find the fit. I know it was like just enough length of flat land to have a football field. Maybe like 130 yards long. One end was in the trees and the other butted up against the highway. Dang, I wish I could find it. It's been so long ago.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: football_referee on October 01, 2019, 04:01:06 pm
Where was you headed from Conway? I know you said north central part but what town?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: beach bum on October 01, 2019, 05:14:46 pm
Depending on your route, it could have been Marshall or Clinton up Highway 65, north of Van Buren it could have been Cedarville, or up old Highway 71 it could have been Mountainburg or Winslow.

Mountainburg's is one of my favorite small classification stadiums in the state.... They have done enough improvements to their facilities lately too that is it just perfect because it's not too flashy or over the top, but very nice by 2A standards. Plus some nice views never hurts either.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: RATTLER43 on October 01, 2019, 07:56:19 pm
One of my favorites as well. 
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 01, 2019, 08:16:53 pm
Mountainburg's is one of my favorite small classification stadiums in the state.... They have done enough improvements to their facilities lately too that is it just perfect because it's not too flashy or over the top, but very nice by 2A standards. Plus some nice views never hurts either.

Was considering making the trip this year.....maybe Hector gives me hope enough to drive that far after the magazine game 🤷
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: beach bum on October 01, 2019, 08:52:02 pm
Was considering making the trip this year.....maybe Hector gives me hope enough to drive that far after the magazine game 🤷

Their new little facility the have behind their concession stand is super nice and then their new bleachers on the away side look nice. When they eventually do new home side bleachers that place is going to be hard to beat for a 2A stadium. Plus cheap concession stand food is hard to find and they got it as long as you don't stop at the Rudy truck stop first for those dang good chicken tenders!
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 01, 2019, 09:13:19 pm
Where was you headed from Conway? I know you said north central part but what town?

It was on a Boy Scout trip. I think we went to Cosmic Caverns up in Berryville.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: RATTLER43 on October 02, 2019, 08:01:03 am
Their new little facility the have behind their concession stand is super nice and then their new bleachers on the away side look nice. When they eventually do new home side bleachers that place is going to be hard to beat for a 2A stadium. Plus cheap concession stand food is hard to find and they got it as long as you don't stop at the Rudy truck stop first for those dang good chicken tenders!

Named the new facilities after long-time coaches Chris Nolen and Tom Harrell.  Classy move. 
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: tmycjy on October 06, 2019, 12:15:48 pm
Were you on the interstate if you were then it could have been clarksville
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: sevenof400 on October 06, 2019, 01:51:03 pm
That would bring the following routes/roads into play (see below).
Driving a 2 lane road north from Conway describes the US 65 of not that long ago. 
Taking into account this may have been years ago, not only did Marshall come to mind but also Valley Springs.

Did you see a drive in theatre nearby too? 
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 06, 2019, 08:32:15 pm
I can't find a picture of Valley Springs. For sure I know it wasn't Marshall. Like I said here is what i remember.

1. This school was on the side of a hill sorta.
2. This school had just enough flat ground for a football field. Maybe like 130 yards long.
3. Was surrounded by trees and didn't have wide open views.
4. Had to be a small school. Was out in the middle of know where by a two lane road. Much less traveled than the one by Marshall.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: athletic supporter on October 06, 2019, 09:08:05 pm
Valley Springs doesn't play football. Maybe Green Forest?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Ice Water on October 06, 2019, 09:31:16 pm
This doesnít fit the description of your route from Conway to Berryville, but your description of the stadium sounds similar to the old field at Ola on Highway 10.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: beach bum on October 06, 2019, 09:36:50 pm
Are you sure you weren't seeing the infield around the track at Eureka Springs... I used to love running track meets there. It's not a football field, but it is in the woods near Berryville. Was there a track?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 07, 2019, 07:29:46 am
Are you sure you weren't seeing the infield around the track at Eureka Springs... I used to love running track meets there. It's not a football field, but it is in the woods near Berryville. Was there a track?

Ooooo that one looks pretty close, but I do remember yellow field goal posts.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on October 08, 2019, 12:56:21 pm
Ooooo that one looks pretty close, but I do remember yellow field goal posts.

4 Places it could be:

Old Goblin Stadium on Crooked Creek

The Valley Springs Baseball Field. It fits the description. You can see the lights from the Highway but can't see the field.

Dover's football field. It is visible from Highway 7. Similar set up, in the hillside.

Marshall's football field. It used to have several pine trees around it, they've probably died by now.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: beach bum on October 08, 2019, 05:06:16 pm
4 Places it could be:

Old Goblin Stadium on Crooked Creek

The Valley Springs Baseball Field. It fits the description. You can see the lights from the Highway but can't see the field.

Dover's football field. It is visible from Highway 7. Similar set up, in the hillside.

Marshall's football field. It used to have several pine trees around it, they've probably died by now.

I am starting to believe you are right and he was seeing this from Hwy 7
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Almatrackster on October 08, 2019, 05:07:10 pm
This is a bigger mystery than whether Jon Gruden was in Fayetteville.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 08, 2019, 06:59:34 pm
Never thought about dover's field ...it is squeezed in there between the hill, a neighborhood, and the school
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: friscokid on October 08, 2019, 08:52:49 pm
Doverís field is a block off Highway 7 and not directly visible from the highway, but you might be able to see a sliver of it as the road curves sharp left.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 09, 2019, 10:25:44 am
Doverís field is a block off Highway 7 and not directly visible from the highway, but you might be able to see a sliver of it as the road curves sharp left.

Meh I drive by it everyday...You can spot it down the side streets if ya know when to look
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on October 09, 2019, 10:54:17 am
Ooooo that one looks pretty close, but I do remember yellow field goal posts.

https://www.google.com/maps/@35.4011146,-93.1154849,3a,75y,248.37h,74.82t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s-CKRpTvW7Nt9HLrCta1vqQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Mystery Solved.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 09, 2019, 03:55:21 pm
https://www.google.com/maps/@35.4011146,-93.1154849,3a,75y,248.37h,74.82t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s-CKRpTvW7Nt9HLrCta1vqQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Mystery Solved.

That's close, but its not on a main road.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: beach bum on October 09, 2019, 05:52:01 pm
Since we are getting stalled out here this isn't the topic... But what is some of you all's favorite places to watch a game and also your least favorite and why?

Least favorite- got to go with Greenland and Gentry, its not that they are really that bad of set ups just there is some bad energy that I just can't pin point. There is some sort of negative orb in those places that creates some bad juju!!

Most favorite- Gravette when they have a good team their atmosphere is nice, Booneville, Ozark, Mountainburg
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: RATTLER43 on October 10, 2019, 08:03:46 am
Least favorite:  Decatur.   No crowd, no energy.  So far away for conference games that our crowd was sparce as well.  50 fans on the home side and 50 on the away side make for very little energy.  (Yet, one of my favorite Rattler football memories occurred there.  Decatur punted in wet, muddy conditions.  The punt hit at about the 5 yard line and died about one foot from the goal line.  Michael Corbitt pulls from the fullback and races 99 yards for a TD.  Of course, it is tied for the longest run in history.)

For view:  Magazine and Hartford.  Spectacular views of mountains from the field, concession stand, stands, etc. 

Atmosphere:  Magazine at Danville, Danville at Magazine, Magazine over Danville at WMS;  Booneville playoff games or rivalry games.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 10, 2019, 08:35:18 am
Least Favorite....Mansfield...Visitor stands are so far off the field that you were in the nosebleeds in the front row....or they were back in 2006.


View....Now Rattler I'm kinda partial to the view of white oak mountain at Hector...Or maybe even Nebo at Dardanelle field 😁 even though I did snap a picture at magazine last year cause that is a fantastic view of the field with the mountain back drop.

Best Atmosphere: Morrilton, seems like their crowd is always loud and just a good place to watch a ballgame.

Individual games? Hector @ Harding Academy 06. Strong at Magazine 2010...Maybe it was more of the onfield action that night as the eventual state champs escaped the Kenneth Dixon show....But all-time Hector @ Rison, forget the year, but Tanner Gaines threw for 400 yards in a loss, and it felt like our crowd was gonna go threw those wooden bleachers, whole crowd was rocking that night.

Honorable mention: Magazine vs Danville at WMS....it was fun to watch the Rattlers throttle the Little Johns...and Danville quitting on that backwards pass that turned scoop and score just opened the flood gates that day..
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: RATTLER43 on October 10, 2019, 09:05:54 am
Least Favorite....Mansfield...Visitor stands are so far off the field that you were in the nosebleeds in the front row....or they were back in 2006.  Agreed


View....Now Rattler I'm kinda partial to the view of white oak mountain at Hector...Or maybe even Nebo at Dardanelle field 😁 even though I did snap a picture at magazine last year cause that is a fantastic view of the field with the mountain back drop.  Again, good stuff.

Best Atmosphere: Morrilton, seems like their crowd is always loud and just a good place to watch a ballgame.

Individual games? Hector @ Harding Academy 06. Strong at Magazine 2010...Maybe it was more of the onfield action that night as the eventual state champs escaped the Kenneth Dixon show....But all-time Hector @ Rison, forget the year, but Tanner Gaines threw for 400 yards in a loss, and it felt like our crowd was gonna go threw those wooden bleachers, whole crowd was rocking that night.  (back in the late 90s and early 2000s, I always cheered Hector in the playoffs. They represented our conference so well.)  BTW, I still cheer on all conference teams during playoffs.

Honorable mention: Magazine vs Danville at WMS....it was fun to watch the Rattlers throttle the Little Johns...and Danville quitting on that backwards pass that turned scoop and score just opened the flood gates that day..     Maybe my all-time favorite Rattler football memory!

Now you've got me reminiscing again....
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: beach bum on October 10, 2019, 04:19:48 pm
Good stuff .... I have been to the places you two have listed as well except Morrilton. I may have to go sometime now.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: tmycjy on October 10, 2019, 08:07:14 pm
Hey, I know this is a long shot, but I am trying to figure out what football stadium I drove by years ago. We were driving from Conway headed to the north central part of the state, and I remember driving a 2 lane paved highway in the hills. All of a sudden we pass a football stadium that I don't know how they fitted it in there. It was very hilly, but a cool atmosphere. My best guess it was a 3A or below schools. Most likely a 2a. Ring a bell to anyone?

I think I got the school I think it was Hector High School
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 11, 2019, 05:08:56 am
I think I got the school I think it was Hector High School

He was lost if he seen Hector's field, and it's not squeezed into any mountains
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on October 11, 2019, 09:17:02 am
He was lost if he seen Hector's field, and it's not squeezed into any mountains

I've played, coached, or attended a game at every field in the 4-2A, 1-4A, 1-3A, and 4-4A along with towns like Harrison and Clarksville that play those teams non conference. The only one that vaguely fits his description is Dover. Most of the fields are so far off the main road they couldn't even be considered.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: tmycjy on October 11, 2019, 09:41:05 am
I've played, coached, or attended a game at every field in the 4-2A, 1-4A, 1-3A, and 4-4A along with towns like Harrison and Clarksville that play those teams non conference. The only one that vaguely fits his description is Dover. Most of the fields are so far off the main road they couldn't even be considered.

I was think the though it was between mountain
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on October 11, 2019, 10:19:43 am
I was think the though it was between mountain

Hector, Dover, Marshall, Dardanelle and Pottsville have some amazing views as the sun sets over the mountains around them.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 11, 2019, 11:18:57 am
Hector, Dover, Marshall, Dardanelle and Pottsville have some amazing views as the sun sets over the mountains around them.

I forgot about Pottsville field with the view of crow mountain(possibly nebo too?, It's been a while since I've been there)
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on October 11, 2019, 11:55:46 am
I forgot about Pottsville field with the view of crow mountain(possibly nebo too?, It's been a while since I've been there)

Depends on the sideline. It's Crow if you're on the visitor. Never been on the home side.

Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Radiotalker on October 15, 2019, 01:17:33 pm
Batesville Southside
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: TheVille on October 16, 2019, 08:20:20 am
I feel like this is probably a stadium that no longer exists.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 16, 2019, 04:06:07 pm
I think I have given up hope. It's been so long. I do know for a fact this has to be most likely a 1A or 2A school. Possibly 3A.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Ice Water on October 16, 2019, 08:30:42 pm
Are we sure it was between Conway and Berryville? Or should be expand our search a little bit?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 17, 2019, 07:45:51 am
Heres what I know for sure. I know its the upper part of the state above Little Rock, and safe to say above Conway. It's definitely west of 67 and 167.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: RATTLER43 on October 17, 2019, 10:14:03 am
I still think Dover best fits the description.  It may have looked a little different back then. But, it is right off the main highway behind some houses, I saw the goalposts and field from the main highway last week as I drove to Hector, it is on your way north, it is west of those highways, it is north of LR, and it looks like a tight fit in that little area back there.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 18, 2019, 07:58:47 am
I still think Dover best fits the description.  It may have looked a little different back then. But, it is right off the main highway behind some houses, I saw the goalposts and field from the main highway last week as I drove to Hector, it is on your way north, it is west of those highways, it is north of LR, and it looks like a tight fit in that little area back there.

Maybe so. I think they have done some updates though, and maybe did a little clearing of trees.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Ice Water on October 18, 2019, 09:13:56 am
Hmm... well Ola is just on the fringe of what you remember location wise, but the field itself fits the description well. Have you double checked that one?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 18, 2019, 10:59:06 am
Hmm... well Ola is just on the fringe of what you remember location wise, but the field itself fits the description well. Have you double checked that one?

Squeezed in between the road and in a hole.... One of the few fields where it's up hill every way you leave
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on October 18, 2019, 01:08:52 pm
Hmm... well Ola is just on the fringe of what you remember location wise, but the field itself fits the description well. Have you double checked that one?

Just checked it. Too far off the road. this one I remember was right off the road.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Ice Water on October 18, 2019, 02:23:53 pm
Just checked it. Too far off the road. this one I remember was right off the road.

Mustíve been real close to the road. The south endzone at Ola is only about 100 feet from Highway 10. The mystery lives on...
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on October 18, 2019, 03:31:20 pm
Mustíve been real close to the road. The south endzone at Ola is only about 100 feet from Highway 10. The mystery lives on...

That's what I was thinking 😂 Coulda spit on hwy 10 from the visitor stands LoL
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: athletic supporter on October 18, 2019, 11:00:53 pm
Mansfields old stadium was right on the highway but that doesn't fit the area of your drive
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: POWERCAT PRIDE on October 19, 2019, 10:37:13 am
Mulerider is from South Arkansas. What he consider mountains may have just been a knoll to us  ;D
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on October 22, 2019, 12:39:02 pm
The only ways he is going from Conway to Berryville are 65, 7, 21, and 23.

65 Has multiple Football fields in proximity, but the only ones remotely close to the road is at Marshall. SS Bee Branch, Valley, and Clinton all have baseball fields close to the road.

7 has Dover and Jasper's baseball field. Once you get into Harrison, the old Goblin Stadium would be on the right. But it wasn't visible from the road.

If his scout leader was dumb enough to take them up 21 or 23 there would be nothing other than the Cass Job Corps Center, which has a baseball field, and the Eureka Springs Track and Field Stadium.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: tomdawg55 on November 19, 2019, 02:16:35 pm
if he was coming from Magnolia he could have come up 27 thru Caddo Gap, which now has baseball field but I think at one time  there was a football field about 20-25 years back
Anyone confirm there was a football field at Caddo Hills School?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: OrangeCrush. on November 19, 2019, 09:05:14 pm
if he was coming from Magnolia he could have come up 27 thru Caddo Gap, which now has baseball field but I think at one time  there was a football field about 20-25 years back
Anyone confirm there was a football field at Caddo Hills School?
Yes there was but Iím not sure of how long itís been. Thereís a baseball and softball field there now. It fits the description somewhat. On the highway, flat stretch stuck in between endless hills, small school. But it doesnít fit his location in the state.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: PrivateLesson on November 20, 2019, 12:23:27 pm
Maybe Osceola?
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: OB11 on November 21, 2019, 11:01:39 am
Maybe Osceola?

The highest elevation close to Osceola's stadium is the speed bump on your way onto campus. Lol

That thing is visible from 15 miles around.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Made on January 12, 2020, 03:12:56 pm
35į02'06"N 93į13'40"W ∑ 371 ft

Ola field right on road, wife and I drove past this last year, I didnít realize they were part of two rivers at the time. Started talking with my wife about some of the other once proud football schools that have either consolidated or done away with football.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Mulerider4Life on January 15, 2020, 07:54:17 am
35į02'06"N 93į13'40"W ∑ 371 ft

Ola field right on road, wife and I drove past this last year, I didnít realize they were part of two rivers at the time. Started talking with my wife about some of the other once proud football schools that have either consolidated or done away with football.


That's it, or at least how I remember it. I pulled it up on Google Maps and it looks pretty close to how I remember it.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: Coach DePriest, Shiloh Christian on January 15, 2020, 03:38:47 pm
Havenít these guys suggested Ola several times?

If I would have known you were that far off in the location, I would have suggested Jessieville.
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: HorseFeathers on January 15, 2020, 04:24:22 pm
Havenít these guys suggested Ola several times?

If I would have known you were that far off in the location, I would have suggested Jessieville.

My thoughts LoL
Title: Re: Trying to find what football stadium I passed. I was driving in the North Arkansas Hills
Post by: we_hate_the_band on January 16, 2020, 01:03:40 pm
My thoughts LoL

I think he may have flunked orienteering in the boy scouts.