We stayed in a sweet guest room that was so warm and comfy. Darby and her husband Glen were so sweet to us and really made us feel at home.
A sweet chicken cup! beep a deep.
Darby took us to the town of Eureka Springs.
It's an old Victorian style town built in the 1800's with some really cool architecture.
It's an artist's community with lots of shops showcasing their work.
Unfortunately, most of them were closed for the winter.
We did find a few that were open and a cute little coffee shop.
You don't see water main covers like these anymore.
I found a cute Judy Garland paper doll in this shop.
Gus and I tried on some goofy sunglasses...his are a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
these are my beer goggles
Darby took us to the "haunted" Crescent Hotel. It was built in 1886. There have been many reported claims of ghost encounters and has even been featured in Sci-Fi Channel's Ghost Hunters. The inside of the hotel definitely had that creepy vibe. I was secretly hoping to see a ghost of my own but if I had slept in room 218 I might have!
An old time capsule on the last floor.
Next up, mule riding! Darby's husband, Glen took us on an adventure with his mules. The mules were all really sweet and easy to ride. Well except for the part when my mule decided to roll in the sand. I had to jump off her really quickly before getting smashed. A little scary and got my heart beat up for sure. We learned a lot about these sweet creatures and we may just have to get one of our own.
Stopping for a slurp. (they totally make that kind of sound when they drink)
We had a great time with Darby and Glen. Gus really does have the sweetest mom. Looking forward to our next visit. We love you Darby! Thank you for everything.