Captain Henderson House Bed and Breakfast
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... springs. In certainly isn't a "nature" NP, as it is mostly centered in and around the town of Hot Springs. BTW - the sign said this was Bill Clinton's boyhood town. Not sure what tomorrow holds, all I know for sure is that Barbara will join me on Thursday in Nashville. I'm very much looking forward to having a partner onboard for the next few weeks. Trip Totals National Parks: 12 Miles Driven: 3560 States Entered: ...
... for Patty) then headed back to the historic district for a 12 year old Macallan in the ornate lobby bar of the Arlington Hotel. Our stroll along Central Avenue led us to the closing set of the Rockin' Delta Medicine Men.
Tomorrow we change our focus and begin the quest for the highest points in Arkansas (Monday) and Missouri (Tuesday).
<i>Come over baby Whole lot of shakin' goin' on -- Jerry Lee Lewis, 1955</i> We drive into Hot Springs to the sound of thunder . . . rolling thunder . . . the thunder of a thousand Harleys. Oh my goodness, we've arrived at the height of the 10th annual Hot Springs Rally, the "largest in central Arkansas. Great, just great. But I get ahead of myself. Our destination for the day, Hot Springs National ...
... to be, in a "Heat Advisory" condition, and the thought of sitting in a hot springs did not appeal to us in the least! Nevertheless, we wanted to visit the park and see what it was all about. Well, the hot springs are not volcanic, but geothermal in nature, and piped into what were once luxurious bath houses, fashioned after European spas. People traveled from far and wide for the therapeutic and healing benefits of the ...
... woods to Arkadelphia where we are now.
Pooped is the word that keeps popping in my head for some reason. 500 miles each day for two days will do that to you, I guess. The Talimena National Scenic Byway is on the agenda for tomorrow at about noon. I've read about it for years and now I get to see it...provided I recover from the sun blindness by noon...
Talk to you tomorrow, pardners...