Last year, some very talented musicians walked on the new stage at Depot Park intent on giving many in the River Valley what they asked for: music in Russellville Downtown! Their efforts were deemed successful, and enthusiasm for the 2017 Music Downtown at Sundown Series is building! The first show in the series is scheduled … More Music Downtown @ Sundown
Painted with A myriad Of twinkling lights The heavens command Peace and Quiet
Taking note of the surroundings on his first trip to the Arkansas Sphinx, Kurt realized that this would be a wonderful place to watch and photograph a sunset. So one windy, chilly afternoon, he packed up the necessary gear, and headed north. A brief reprieve from the hustle and headaches of a busy life, he … More Sunset at Arkansas Sphinx
Arkansas is home to many natural wonders, a never ending bucket list of amazing places to discover within an hour or two of our front door! One particular destination that came to Kurt’s attention recently was the Arkansas Sphinx. Located off Highway 123 north of Lamar on Johnson County Road #4840, the Arkansas Sphinx is … More Arkansas Sphinx
A myriad of colors painted in in the sky The breathtaking farewell On a chilly day It beckons one closer And…. …For just a moment It fosters The ability To breathe…. The stillness is unfathomable In the midst of the busyness of the world Hopefully, That stillness Permeated The one who witnessed this Masterpiece
Well, I’ve never Been to Heaven But I’ve been To Oklahoma…. -Three Dog Night
When I Intently gaze On those things That seem So insignificant They tend To grow In significance.
There’s a reason why this State Park is listed as the number two attraction on Tripadvisor: easy hiking to phenomenal views of layers of multicolored sediment formed into mountainous peaks that hug the meandering Colorado River. It’s very awe-inspiring! The big question on my mind was, “Why Dead Horse Point? Why that name?” According to the … More Dead Horse Point State Park