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  • Dean
    Biscuit & Do Willie, and the rest od Group. Scott, Ar. is just south east of Little Rock, AR. about 10 mi. on hwy, 165. All of our Locks and Dam have
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 3 4:57 PM
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      Biscuit & Do Willie, and the rest od Group.
      Scott, Ar. is just south east of Little Rock, AR. about 10 mi. on hwy,
      165. All of our Locks and Dam have campgounds.(David Terry L&D just to
      the NW. There is also the Toltec Mounds and Arch State park just south
      of Scott. There is a Camp ground at Burns Park Just n of LR. at the
      150 mi. Marker west on I-40. Lots of places closer the 1.5 hours. I
      can get more info if anyone wants. cuzzin Dean in the Hills in Western
      ARkansas.


      --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "\"BISCUIT\"" <n5hbb@y...> wrote:
      > DO Willie, I called and it is 2003 dates. Cane Creek State Park in
      > Star City is the closes campground. About 1.5 hours away.
      >
      >
      > --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, dowillie39056
      > <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > > Sounds like my kind of adventure, please put some years on those
      > > dates so I can see if I could make it. Is the one in Oct.past or
      > > coming up or both? May be that Biscuit and I could both make it. Is
      > > there a campground close by?
      > >
      > >
      > > > October is Dutch oven cooking time at the Plantation Agriculture
      > > > Museum. Join us on October 4th, for our annual Cast Iron
      > > Feastival.
    • "BISCUIT"
      The museum is located in Scott, AR. Just southeast of Little Rockon HWY 165. ... Parks and ... Austin. The ... all day ... Planation is
      Message 2 of 9 , Apr 4 3:03 AM
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        The museum is located in Scott, AR. Just southeast of Little Rockon
        HWY 165.





        --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, awcreative@a... wrote:
        > Hi Holly,
        >
        > October 5th is a tough day for us who live in Texas as the Texas
        Parks and
        > Wildlife Department has a big event on that same weekend in
        Austin. The
        > LSDOS always has several of our pots down there cooking and demoing
        all day
        > long.
        >
        > In your piece, you neglected to tell us where in Arkansas the
        Planation is
        > located. Please post a location for us.
        >
        > Thanks,
        >
        > Al and Ouida Wilkie
        > Camp Cooking Specialists
        > Featuring the Dutch Oven
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      • "BISCUIT"
        Any Arkansas Folks on the group? I am planning to be at Homespun Day on July 12. Hope to see you there! Amyone is welcome to join in the fun. Biscuit ...
        Message 3 of 9 , May 29, 2003
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          Any Arkansas Folks on the group?
          I am planning to be at Homespun Day on July 12.
          Hope to see you there!
          Amyone is welcome to join in the fun.
          Biscuit



          --- In dutchovencooking@yahoogroups.com, "\"BISCUIT\"" <n5hbb@y...>
          wrote:
          > March 29, 2003
          >
          > Dear Dutch Oven Society,
          >
          >
          >
          > My name is Holly Houser and I am the interpreter at the Plantation
          > Agriculture Museum in Scott, Arkansas. One of my duties as
          > interpreter is scheduling special events. We have two events
          coming
          > up that I would like to invite you to. The first one is the annual
          > Cast Iron Feastival: Dutch Oven Cooking Day Saturday October 4th
          from
          > 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. that you have helped with in the past.
          > The other event is the Homespun Day on Saturday, July 12th from
          10:00
          > a.m. until 2:00 p.m. which is one of our larger events. I do not
          > know if your group has helped with this event before.
          >
          > Homespun Day highlights traditional crafts from the 1800's to the
          > early 1900's. In years past we have had a few crafters from the
          > Ozark Folk Center demonstrate various crafts from natural dyeing to
          > corn shuck doll making. My goal is to expand the event, build on
          our
          > past success, and create a prominent statewide attraction known for
          > its variety and entertainment. With your help, we would be one-
          step
          > closer to achieving that goal this year. I would appreciate any
          help
          > or advice you can offer regarding Homespun Day. We would be
          honored
          > to have members of your society participate in this special event.
          >
          > October is Dutch oven cooking time at the Plantation Agriculture
          > Museum. Join us on October 4th, for our annual Cast Iron
          Feastival.
          > Be one of the mentors to pass on this time-honored tradition to the
          > next generation of black pot chefs. If, in typical Arkansas
          fashion,
          > the weather is warmer than expected, we can cool off our hot peach
          > cobbler with delicious homemade ice cream made from hand-cranked
          ice
          > cream freezers. This is a great opportunity to network with fellow
          > Dutch oven enthusiasts and, more importantly, to remind the general
          > public what a wonderful experience cooking can be. In particular,
          we
          > hope to see many of the Scouts groups we are contacting who will be
          > searching for guidance in a skill many will soon have to master.
          If
          > you would like to join us for this low key, yet festive event
          please
          > contact me as soon as possible.
          >
          > Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you or if
          there
          > are any special considerations I might have neglected. If you
          have,
          > any questions feel free to contact me by mail, phone, or email. I
          > look forward to hearing from you soon. I hope to see you at the
          > museum on Saturday, October 4th for Cast Iron Feastival: Dutch Oven
          > Cooking Day and Saturday, July 12th for Homespun Day. Thank you so
          > much for your time and interest.
          >
          > Sincerely,
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > Holly Houser, Interpreter
          >
          > Plantation Agriculture Museum
          >
          > holly.houser@m...
          >
          > Work – 501-961-1409
          >
          > Fax – 501-961-1579
        • "BISCUIT"
          Anyone going to Homespun Days? Sugar Booger and I will be there. Hope to see you there? We will be cooking with that, good ole White Lily Flour. Making one of
          Message 4 of 9 , Jun 25, 2003
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            Anyone going to Homespun Days?
            Sugar Booger and I will be there. Hope to see you there?
            We will be cooking with that, good ole White Lily Flour. Making one
            of my favorite foods..... Biscuits.




            > March 29, 2003
            >
            > Dear Dutch Oven Society,
            >
            >
            >
            > My name is Holly Houser and I am the interpreter at the Plantation
            > Agriculture Museum in Scott, Arkansas. One of my duties as
            > interpreter is scheduling special events. We have two events
            coming
            > up that I would like to invite you to. The first one is the annual
            > Cast Iron Feastival: Dutch Oven Cooking Day Saturday October 4th
            from
            > 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. that you have helped with in the past.
            > The other event is the Homespun Day on Saturday, July 12th from
            10:00
            > a.m. until 2:00 p.m. which is one of our larger events. I do not
            > know if your group has helped with this event before.
            >
            > Homespun Day highlights traditional crafts from the 1800's to the
            > early 1900's. In years past we have had a few crafters from the
            > Ozark Folk Center demonstrate various crafts from natural dyeing to
            > corn shuck doll making. My goal is to expand the event, build on
            our
            > past success, and create a prominent statewide attraction known for
            > its variety and entertainment. With your help, we would be one-
            step
            > closer to achieving that goal this year. I would appreciate any
            help
            > or advice you can offer regarding Homespun Day. We would be
            honored
            > to have members of your society participate in this special event.
            >
            > October is Dutch oven cooking time at the Plantation Agriculture
            > Museum. Join us on October 4th, for our annual Cast Iron
            Feastival.
            > Be one of the mentors to pass on this time-honored tradition to the
            > next generation of black pot chefs. If, in typical Arkansas
            fashion,
            > the weather is warmer than expected, we can cool off our hot peach
            > cobbler with delicious homemade ice cream made from hand-cranked
            ice
            > cream freezers. This is a great opportunity to network with fellow
            > Dutch oven enthusiasts and, more importantly, to remind the general
            > public what a wonderful experience cooking can be. In particular,
            we
            > hope to see many of the Scouts groups we are contacting who will be
            > searching for guidance in a skill many will soon have to master.
            If
            > you would like to join us for this low key, yet festive event
            please
            > contact me as soon as possible.
            >
            > Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you or if
            there
            > are any special considerations I might have neglected. If you
            have,
            > any questions feel free to contact me by mail, phone, or email. I
            > look forward to hearing from you soon. I hope to see you at the
            > museum on Saturday, October 4th for Cast Iron Feastival: Dutch Oven
            > Cooking Day and Saturday, July 12th for Homespun Day. Thank you so
            > much for your time and interest.
            >
            > Sincerely,
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            > Holly Houser, Interpreter
            >
            > Plantation Agriculture Museum
            >
            > holly.houser@m...
            >
            > Work – 501-961-1409
            >
            > Fax – 501-961-1579
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