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A Rosy Morning on the Mountain

A rosy sunrise
Enlarged to show the cross

Awoken early this morning by the worker’s trucks rumbling down the street, we were loathe to leave the comfortable bed, but coffee was calling.

As I looked out of our back windows, I saw the sky was rosy this morning and just had to get this shot featuring The Christ of the Ozarks statue.

We had a good time exploring the area yesterday, although we made an unnecessary trip to the Onyx Cave because it isn’t open until tomorrow. We did go to see the statue and several of the other attractions around it, but we won’t be able to see the Great Passion Play until the spring/summer season. What a good reason to come back to Eureka Springs!

I’m more entranced by the place than Dave, and if there was a lake or ocean, I could see myself living here. Actually, there is a lake, we just haven’t been to it yet. Every meal has been delicious, and many things are in walking distance that we want to see and do.

Last night, Dave bought us tickets to go to see the haunted Crescent Hotel tour. It was a bit of silly fun, and I appreciated him indulging my desire. I took many pictures, but several turned out blurry. A couple look promising (as if there could be a spirit in them), but I’ll have to send them in for the experts to look at for confirmation.

Haunted hallway?
We were required to wear masks.

Well, I’m going to have to cut this short, we have to move our things next door soon, and i have nothing packed and ready to go. First though, breakfast! I’ll be back later.

Have a great Friday everyone!


4 thoughts on “A Rosy Morning on the Mountain

  1. rajkkhoja says:

    Have a nice weekend & Enjoye. so pretty looks both of you!👌 wonderful it’s place & beautiful rosy morning & rosy sunrise, beautiful statue. I like. Enjoy your trip. 👌❣️

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