Today we managed to see the Down Home Country performance before driving 85 miles to Bentonville. On the way we stopped for lunch in Eureka Springs, a quaint town un the mountains with a great taffy store, beautiful antique sttructures, and a convenient Husband Daycare!
Crystal Bridges Museum belongs to the Walton family. The design echoes the shape of the hills into which it is nestled. It sits over a creek which was dammed to create a pond. The museum houses an excellent collection of American art. We saw Rosie the Riveter by Rockwell. We also toured a Usonian house by Frank Lloyd Wright and had a tasty dinner of toasted quinoa and Anasazi beans at the museum’s restaurant under a giant Jeff Koons heart. After dark we drove 77 more miles to a hotel along the road.