When my daughters were in school, they spent a couple weeks during the summers at camp on Petit Jean Mountain and when taking them or picking them up I always … Continue reading Petit Jean Mountain
I recently wrote a story on a volunteer, Cheryl Batts, who is helping to restore this historic home in Hot Springs, Ark., part of the largest black historic district in … Continue reading John Lee Webb House
74th Annual Coon Supper, Gillett, Ark.
I shot a gallery for Arkansasonline.com of this annual event in Arkansas County. It was treat to attend the small town event that raises scholarship money for the town’s high school seniors. All the folks were very friendly with several generations helping out. While I didn’t sit down and eat, I was offered to try a bite of racoon. Which I tried. How was it? Not bad, but not good, either. The complete gallery can be found here: http://www.arkansasonline.com/galleries/22441/album/
A magnificent building sits just off of Central Ave. in Hot Springs towering over downtown. Ever wonder what goes on up there? According to the the Arkansas Encyclopedia of Arkansas … Continue reading Army Navy Hospital
With friends in high places you get views like these. I’ve climbed more stairs these past 2 weeks all for a good view, and it’s been worth it. On the … Continue reading Friends in High Places
There is so much more to Hot Springs National Park than Bathhouse Row. I was reminded of this when I spent a few minutes behind the counter at the park’s … Continue reading Don’t Just See the Square
After the rain let up, I spent some time along Gulpha Creek this morning. Then, I went into Hot Springs to visit the old Army Navy Hospital. Here’s a little history … Continue reading Gray Kinda Day