My full time job (besides blogging) has me on the road quite a bit these days, regularly buzzing around eight different counties here in Arkansas. I am so very blessed to live in a beautiful area. When something catches my eye, I snap a picture or two with my phone.
Can I just say how much I love this series of posts? It has me watching for photo ops wherever I go. This pretty little barn would not have caught my attention if it weren't for the quaint, old church across the highway.
I paused here to have lunch and stretch my legs a bit. This is on Highway 71 south of Fort Smith.
Maybe this is The Square Rock for which the area is named? 'Not sure. I googled it, but did not find much historical info! A search for Cordelia Mayfield told me she lived from 1883 to 1969, but nothing else. Hopefully, one of my readers can tell us more in the comments!
Take a look at this view from their cemetery. You can see it was a gorgeous day! If you enjoy these posts, there are more on my blog page titled MY OZARKS.
Where have you been lately?
I find that I spend a lot of time blogging, but I never think of it as a job. But I do think of it as a lot of work sometimes. - MargyReplyDelete
Look at all those blue skies! So pretty.ReplyDelete
You can find so many 'surprises' when taking a road trip. I love the quaint little church photo. Thanks for linking up and sharing with us at #BloggersPitStopReplyDelete
The square rock looks like one of those hitching rocks. Churches & other community buildings had them so ladies riding in buggies or on horses could get off/out gracefully in their full dresses. But the ones I've seen in the past had steps coming down from them as well.ReplyDelete
I don't know anything about this church.