This was an idyllic scene as we came over a rise in the road but I had someone on my tail and wasn’t even able to slow down for this picture. Thus part of the window frame is in it. To crop it out I’d loose some of the headstone markers. And there are reflections from the glass plus a bug splat.
When you cross the state line into
Missouri, there is no
doubt about it. Just look at the
difference in the road condition. This
is looking back into Arkansas.
A few miles further just west of Myrtle,
I wasn’t looking forward to entering
Missouri all that much
because of the roads (I doubt there is a level road at all in the state – up and
down, up and down) and places to stay are few compared to all the states we’ve
been in the South. I want to visit a
nearby Civil War battlefield tomorrow and have to overnight at a Wal-Mart once
I learned from talking with a couple of ladies yesterday that I picked a good time to visit the South. “It has been unseasonable cool for this time of the year.” I thought it was always like this in March/April but they told me not so. When I return next year at this time I may not be so fortunate and suffer with the humidity.