a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, October 26, 2014

I Debated

riding a different horse today but I still have pictures of two amazing days with nephew, Toni.  He is an easy person with which to travel.  I just mention something and he wants to turn around and go back.  
On the court square in Murfeesboro, Arkansas
history on the square
the courthouse
and more history.
Checked the horse races outside
and inside.
With all my posts and pictures it seems like we were gone a long time but it was only two nights.

We enjoyed our time out, tickled our taste buds by trying different foods, and just had a good time looking.

And you ask where are the diamonds?  In the ground, I suppose, but I did find rocks and that makes me a happy camper.
We may return after the next good rain!

11 comments:

Michaele said...

I love that you gather rocks. The girls and I used to do that for tokens from where we were. I need to do that more. Amazing story about the diamonds! Not a lot of history out here in the Midwest. I would love to travel east sometime.

Brian Miller said...

looks like you found some pretty cool rocks...and had some fun...its nice to get away like that....

LindaG said...

You have some amazing, fantastic rocks there, Gail.
Congratulations. :-)

Farm Girl said...

It does look like you were gone a long time. You were a good blogger and took pictures. I never seem to do that. I love all of those new rocks you brought home.

Sandy said...

Only two days and you were able to see all kinds of wonderful things and taste great food. There's a lot of history there in Arkansas.
I love all the rocks, will you have any cut, polished, and made into jewelry?

TexWisGirl said...

i like your rocks!

Sandra said...

from the looks of this pan you done good!!! i like that moonshine pic.. saddle and all. that one i could ride. LOL... show us more, i like seeing where you went

A Quiet Corner said...

really like those red ones to the left in the pan as well as the Moonshine sign (brings back VA memories) and the carousel horse! A pleasant and enjoyable trip!!...:)JP

Terri said...

I hear that's the best time to go- after a good gully-washer! I love your collection!

T. Powell Coltrin said...

You did pack in a lot of things in your days.

I've been waiting on your rocks. Love the rocks.

Lynne said...

Happy you were able to get away and enjoy!
And look at those rock gems to add to your collections!

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