Copyright © 2011 by Mike Zimmer
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The road runs flat and straight for thirty miles with only one long sweeping curve. Traveling south, the curve turns towards the southwest and is one-half mile in length. On the left side of the road in the middle of the curve is a small rest area, consisting of two concrete picnic tables on either side of an old large pecan tree. Only long-haul truckers traveling at night stop at the park for a little sleep before continuing the journey either North up Highway 65 into Arkansas or Missouri or, if traveling south, the truckers would hit Interstate 20 where they could either go East into Mississippi and beyond or West toward Shreveport and then Texas. Sometimes, in the middle of the day, if a car is in the park it’s usually pulled far off the road and into the woods so that the accidental passerbyers can’t see what’s going on in the car or perhaps on a blanket back in the woods.