|It was a pretty drive, even into the campground.|
So brief I almost didn’t include it, but since the blog is also for ourselves and at the time I originally wrote this, I was still not really not sure if/what/how/get into blogging. As a result, this early attempt has been sitting on the computer for quite a while!
So I massaged it a bit and here we go…
|One of the old bath houses now sells bottled water|
We wanted to visit Hot Springs, AR even though we were pretty tired after finishing up repairs in Searcy, AR.
Since we used to live in Hot Springs, SD…it was sort of a ‘must see’ as bathhouses are a part of the history there as well.
|Hot Springs National Park Visitor Center|
The old Fordyce bathhouse is now home to the Hot Springs National Park Visitor Center. There you can do a self-guided tour and see what the bath house experience would have been “back in the day”.
Yeah. Brief overnight stops are just not enough time to do justice to an area, but our goal was to get further south and into (hopefully) warmer weather. And when you're tired, you don't even think in terms of taking photos.
We hope to get back someday and visit the rest of the area, including the rest of the National Park lands that are on the edge of town.
|This skylight is in the Fordyce Bathhouse|
|Quapaw's main entrance|