Eureka Springs, a Blast from the Past
Eureka Springs lies roughly sixty miles northeast of Fayetteville. The town will strike the first-time visitor as both one of the best preserved historic towns in the country and a shameless tourist trap of contrived exhibitionism. While both charges are true, there are few other towns like this in America, combining the ambiance of the Old West, the midwestern frontier and the absolute comfort of a bed and breakfast mecca.
Wedding Weekend in Fayetteville
Happy Couple Marry! News headlines will read.....they are each very creative, intelligent, thoughtful, loving individuals who have found each other and are now taking the jump to legally-wedded bliss! Aunty Cheryl and Uncle Mike are very proud and pleased for them and we've now met the in-laws and so many other relatives...all is going well. The rehearsal and dinner following were loud and joyous - I'll post more after the big wedding ceremony and reception events happening tonight.
Yes, it was a wonderful wedding weekend. We also got to explore Eureka Springs on a leisurely Sunday afternoon.
"Home sweet home"
This is this place where I live, love, and go to school.
Fayetteville really is a cool town that actually has a great nightlife. Dickson street is the place to go for good food, fun bars, and great music.
"On the Rocks" is the local hangout for the law students, and we really represent our future profession well on a late Friday night...