S1.E11-TX to AR…Caddo Indians, Elk on a National River and America’s Tiniest Library!



*VIDEO INFORMATION*
Episode 10 was filmed March 26-28, 2018 in Texas and Arkansas. Meet more of my family, and survive a 14-hour drive with me and Robert. Learn about the Caddo Indians, see America’s smallest library, and gaze at Elk on the Buffalo National River.

VIDEO LINKS
Two Meander, S1.E56, “Find Free Camping/Boondocking with Travel Apps, Google Maps & GPS” –

Two Meander, S1.E62, “Debra’s Old School House in Compton, Arkansas” –

RESOURCE LINKS
Nashville, Arkansas City Park Camping –
The Caddo Nation –
Norman Arkansas Library –
Arkansas Scenic Drive – and and
Elk on the Buffalo National River –
and
Buffalo National River –

ADDITIONAL CREDIT:
End Flower Photo by Robert Witham, 3/28/18, Harrison, Arkansas

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2018 Two Meander Rice Ranch Meetup:
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  1. Rosrychaplet says:

    Hi Debra and Robert. Great views. Great people. Aunt Mildred looks great. Just shared your channel on Twitter.

  2. hikewithme says:

    Ooooh that beautiful flowering branch at the end!!!! Thanks for sharing Debra ❤️

  3. C. Lynn Higginbotham says:

    Love ya Debra, but you know I gotta say Roll tide

  4. FULLtinyHOUSE says:

    Debra, lol, I'm from Texas, in fact we are here, now.
    One of our adopted kids is Caddo. I had to watch when I saw your mention of Caddo Indians (Oklahoma)
    Ha, I heard a Blue Bell commercial today, on the radio 😉

  5. weedygarden says:

    I know they call that a kolache in Texas, but that is not a real kolache. A kolache resembles a Danish pastry, fruit on a sweet roll. As a person of Czech descent, I have seen many conversations about this and these things being called kolach (singular) or kolache (plural) in Texas, that is like a pig in a blanket. There is even a chain called the Kolache Factory that helps with this misnomer.

  6. tiki lebby says:

    Still grinning. Monetized and an amazingly beautiful video

  7. Faye Calder says:

    Enjoy all your travels with Robert
    And Safe Travels and Hugs to you both! Love you guys,
    Faye aka: MommaFaye

  8. Gina Clagg says:

    Arkansas people are some of the nicest/friendliest people on the planet! Not to mention a gorgeous state! 😃

  9. Stacey Campbell says:

    Did you see Caddo Hills School? It's kind of in between Caddo Gap and Norman I guess you could say

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