|Sampler From Arrow Rock Visitor's Center|
Yesterday I had the great pleasure of visiting Arrow Rock, Missouri. First stop was their excellent visitor center which explains the history of this one time bustling river town. The size of the town waned when it was bypassed by the railroad and it might have disappeared off the map. But through the dedication of its residents the entire town was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1963 and it is a treasure!
|The Academy Boarding House|
|Artist George Caleb Bingham's House|
|Best Lily Border Ever!|
|Even the Post Office was charming|
|1800's Security Doors|
|Love Old Wavy Glass|
The uneven brick path really helps carry you back in time and you can imagine horses clip-clopping along on the road as you head downtown to do your daily shopping.
Tomorrow I'll show photos from my stop in Lexington.