|That's Rhoda on the left|
and headed to Eureka Springs via a curvy, narrow road. Went directly to the campground - Wanderlust (great name) and then directly to the trolley stop. They have a great trolley system here and it's so needed. The streets are very narrow, very steep hills and heavily traveled & parked on even though this picture shows none of that:) - it's a side street.
|One of the non-hilly streets|
I first went to see (on a different trolley) "one of the finest religious spaces of modern times" and AIA have placed Thorncrown Chapel 4th on its list of the top buildings of the twentieth century. I present Thorncrown Chapel:
|Inside the Chapel|
consists of 425 windows and over
6000 square feet of glass
|Walkway leading to chapel|
It surprised me, I thought it was made of steel
but it's made of wood
in the woods and on the rocks
It was a beautiful structure and such a sense of peacefulness both on the inside and outside. So glad I saw it.
I then had lunch back in town at "Local Flavor". Everything was nice and fresh & beautifully presented but not so sure about the local part.
Then took a different trolley (it was 1 price for all day, all trollies) up to an old hotel high on a bluff - the Crescent Hotel. It definitely was old but great that it has been maintained.
Walked the streets, found a Rocky Mountain store in the middle of the Ozarks.
Took the 4th trolley to an antique store a little out of town and then back to Rhoda to watch a beautiful sunset to the west (out her back windows) over the hills, through the fall foliage and admired the full moon to the east (out the front windows) - almost perfect for Halloween.
Heading south, southeast tomorrow through Hot Springs to the Mississippi River, crossing yet again at a different point. Not sure how far I'll get but it's all about the journey, not the destination.