Feeling a little homesick for the Ozarks . . .
I've visited the Ozark town of Eureka Springs, but that was a long time ago, and I was too young and ignorant to appreciate it, though I recall that my grandma was enthralled by the place - she spoke especially fondly of a hotel whose every floor was at ground level due to the steep hillside 'hollar' within which the hotel nestled.
The internet allows me a 'virtual' visit, and nothing can beat just gazing at this autumnal photo:
Click on the image for higher resolution and get a better view of the church, which I don't recognize and which also is not identified in the accompanying article.
Sun-Ae and I will be visiting the Ozarks this summer, but we probably won't visit that part of Arkansas, just my hometown, Salem, in the central part of the Ozarks.
But perhaps one of my readers knows this autumnal scene? Jay? Bill?
Labels: Ozark Mountains