The Land of Georgia O’Keeffe – Abiquiú, NM

Georgia O’Keeffe is one of the most famous New Mexican artists. Although she divided her time between New York and New Mexico, she fell in love with the latter and spent the last 40 years of her life in New Mexico. She owned a home in the town of Abiquiú and a cabin at Ghost … Continue reading The Land of Georgia O’Keeffe – Abiquiú, NM

The City that was Changed in One Minute – Oklahoma City

Having waited out the worst of the storms in Arkansas, we headed towards Oklahoma City. Visiting the Murrah Memorial has been on our bucket list and the wait was worth it. I was disappointed that we would be reducing the amount of time we would stay here, but was so glad that we have the … Continue reading The City that was Changed in One Minute – Oklahoma City

The Best Museum You Have Never Heard Of In Bentonville, Arkansas

Where in the world is Bentonville and why do you want to go there? Bentonville is in the northwestern corner of the Arkansas and it has been on our list of places to visit since our cousins told us about a wonderful American Art museum there called Crystal Bridges. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art … Continue reading The Best Museum You Have Never Heard Of In Bentonville, Arkansas

The Rock on the River

Little Rock is located on the Arkansas River and has the largest population of any city in the state. The early French travelers along the river dubbed it “Petite Roche” (“the little rock” in French) because of a small rock formation nearby. Over time, the given name stuck and today the capital of the State … Continue reading The Rock on the River

Rollin’ on the River – Memphis

Memphis is the largest city on the Mississippi River with lots of history, music, and good food. We delayed traveling from Nashville to the “Home of the Blues” due to heavy rains and flooding. Roads closest to the river were still closed as were some campgrounds. We called T.O. Fuller State Park to be sure … Continue reading Rollin’ on the River – Memphis