We woke up on Monday morning to fog, lots of thick fog. We couldn't see the Buffalo River but we did see lots of wild life. We got up pretty early because we had a busy day with lots of miles to cover.Here is our cabin.
Here is the stamping site in Pocahontas. This is the first place we saw a button factory, buttons that were made shells from the river. We saw several examples of these buttons in Jacksonport.
And the benches around the park were beautiful!
From Pocahontas we our goal was Piggott. Before our trip, Andrew called most of the stamping sites to check their hours and find out where some of them were. Miss Jan talked to Andrew at Piggott. Andrew called her when we left Pocahontas to tell her we were on our way. She said that we would get to her about closing time but that she would wait for us. We made it to Piggot at 3:58, two minutes before closing time. Miss Jan couldn't have been nicer. She was so excited for us and our trip. She gave us lots of information and wished us well as we left.
Chalk Bluff is the Civil War site for this area. Andrew and I drove to Missouri to see the site from that side too.
The site included lots of dirt roads and water but very interesting.
That morning we started in the mountains and now we were in the Delta. flat flat flat and lots of cotton. It was fun to see such diversity in our state.
We got to see a beautiful sunset that night.