Sunday, February 26, 2012

Springtime in Eureka Springs

Spring is here, well almost. I am guessing Eureka Springs is not the only place in the southern central states that is experiencing usually warm winter weather. Well, what am I talking about what "Winter" weather? Today I saw my first glimpse of spring, yellow daffodils, jonquils and crocus. They were incredible. Bright yellow and purple, just the most perfect shade of springs. I cannot help but wonder will be have a spring or just an early summer.

Since Eureka Springs residence love to plant their flower garden what better of a place to plan a spring trip. There are so many things to do, visit a unique lady's clothing shop, or stroll into an Art Gallery,or maybe walk thru our own Victorian streets, filled with painted ladies and spring gardens.

For the adventure seeker, there are many canoe and rafting outfitter who can help you spend your days, seeing the White and the Kings Rivers. Soon the Belle of the Ozark will reopen and sail Beaver Lake and her endless shoreline.

Or maybe it a cave or cavern you would like to climb and crawl through, don't forget Lake Leatherwood, America largest City Park and if you still have the energy, plan a hike just here in town, you can truly spent the entire day just walking and capturing Eureka Springs,just like a native.
When planning your Eureka Springs vacation give the Angel at Rose Hall a call,your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and your Eureka Springs Weddings Chapel, the best place for Eureka Springs Lodging and Eureka Springs wedding

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