This time last week we arrived in Eureka Springs, Arkansas for a little R & R.
I've been trying to get the blacksmith to make a bottle tree. Not for me, but to sell at the craft shows. This one was across from us. I do love the cobalt blue bottles though!
The Indians were camped near by . . . not really you can rent it.
Eureka Springs has the most historic buildings. Of course I found the quilt shop right off the bat. It's wasn't the type of shop I had thought it would be. No fabric or supplies for sale, just quilts, duh!
New Orleans Hotel, and spa too.
Another B & B. There are so many beautiful historic buildings and homes. There is no way to photograph them all in just a few days.
An empty store, but the building was so neat!
Crescent Hotel . . . has quite a history. Granny Mountain did a post just today about it.
Here is the impressive Christ of the Ozarks statue. At this same area they put on an outdoor play.
We then found Thorncrown Chapel. I-M-P-R-E-S-S-I-V-E!!!
It's open to the public. They only ask for a donation. They ask you to come in and sit. You are only allowed to take pictures from the sitting position.
It was the most awesome seat I've ever had in a church.
This is a must see if you visit the area.
Come back another day and I will show you a few more things in the area.