Monday, February 16, 2009

Hot Springs, Arkansas

I finished processing the photographs
from our Texas trip.

I was fascinated while in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
The National Park is the Bath Houses on Bath House Row.

The buildings are works of art.

The stain glass ceilings are so beautiful!

Hot Springs is only a seven hour drive.
I could go again and sit in the healing waters.


Deb said...

Such beautiful stained glass ceilings - truly works of art! Hot Springs sounds wonderful.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

WOW! What a treat to see Hot Springs on your post this morning! I grew up in Arkadelphia, AR...about 30 miles from Hot Springs so that town is very familiar to me! Love walking downtown and driving up to the tower! Thanks for bringing back good memories! Most of my family still live in that area!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Beautiful stained glass. I have so enjoyed your trip through your photos and writings. Thanks so much for sharing with us Sherry.

Wendy said...

I'm coming too! It will be fun to sit in the healing waters. Those stained glass pics are absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Lovely and beautiful glass windows!!
Hot Springs are enjoyed by many people around the world.

Because heated water can hold more dissolved solids, warm and especially hot springs also often have a very high mineral content, containing everything from simple calcium to lithium, and even radium. In short..It is good for you!!
Thank you for your comment..
Now to growing luffa..
I searched the internet and found this site..
Not in Ontario, Canada.. it is too cold here to grow luffa.
- Cheers Gisela.