I hope you're not too bored with my pit stop post ~ but it's a good place for me to keep track of things here on my blog.
It was Thursday, March 4th and we were on our way north, home to Wisconsin, after spending a week in Texas. When we went down to Texas we pretty much stayed on Interstate 35 from St. Paul/Minneapolis right down to Fort Worth. Coming home, we decided to do some sight seeing and come home through the Ozarks of Arkansas and Missouri.
We chose to travel the Scenic Byway Hwy 7 north of Hot Springs, Arkansas. What a beautiful route; but talk about some winding, curvy roads and very hilly country. Driving through the Ouachita National Forest and up to Dardanelle, Arkansas was our destination for the first day. It was breath taking ... even with the foilage off the trees. Then off we went to climb up Mt. Nebo which is just a five mile skip from the town of Dardanelle. I have to thank George and Betsy from Tennessee who visit my blog and have their own blog over at Joyful Reflections for their sharing of this wonderful place called Mt. Nebo. It was because of their post that perked an interest in me to go and see the place in the first place.
What I can't figure out though on these pictures is why the sky color looks so different in each one?? It's no doubt just my funky little camera... but honestly, they were shot one two three in consecutive order.
From Mt Nebo we headed up to Branson where we spent some time checking out the shows and gift shops.
One show that we took in was the Legends Concert at the Dick Clark Theater ~ talk about some talented people.
Until next time...
So it goes in my neck of the woods.