Bath House Row

We strolled Hot Springs National Park yesterday. This most unusual park is located along the main street of the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Geothermal springs (143°) trickle down the mountain above the valley and have provided therapeutic benefits for hundreds of years. Early Native People knew of these springs and soon the newcomers toContinue reading “Bath House Row”

White Cliffs, Arkansas

This very small but lovely campground has an interesting history. A large, almost pure, limestone deposit was discovered here and enterprising individuals started mining it to create concrete. That limestone forms the foundation of the state capitol building  in Little Rock and numerous other buildings in the state. A good sized community developed around theContinue reading “White Cliffs, Arkansas”