We are only home for one day this week
then we are headed to Little Rock, Arkansas.
So I thought I would share a few photos from past trips
during different seasons of the year.
This is the State Capitol Building. It was one of those first warm and sunny days, early in spring, it was so nice, we decided to take a two hour walk along the State Capitol Grounds.
The beautiful glass ceilings in the Capitol Building
are one of many reasons to go inside the building and take a walk.
The architecture inside is as pretty as the outside.
I just couldn't resist taking this photo. I was standing under a beautiful Dogwood Tree and could see both the blue sky and the top of the Capitol.
Right in the heart of the Market District,
you can walk back in time
and see this amazing mini farm from the past.
Brother Roy was in the Navy, stationed on a nuclear submarine,
so submarine museums are my favorite.
This is a real submarine, the Arkansas.
You can go inside, down thru the hatch and see exactly what is is like.
They have left it just as it was, it is quite a tour.
Our favorite place for lunch, an outdoor cafe.
(we have none of these back home)
This is the longest pedestrian bridge located in downtown Little Rock,
Market District along the Arkansas River. The park is beautiful even in winter.
Thank you for looking!