Arkansas's landscape is very pretty.
Then on towards Branson, but we made another stop on the way. This one was one of those that you donâ€™t plan, but curiosity made it happen. We saw a sign announcing the Ozark Heritage Art Center and Museum a short distance ahead. And as we entered the small community of Leslie we found it and decided to stop and look around. The young lady in charge and her six year old son gave us a first class tour of Art Gallery and all of the antique items on display and told us the stories that went with each one. Leslie in its hayday had a population nearing the 10,000 mark, but today the figure has dwindled to around 500. Tucked back in the middle of the Ozarks, it is a beautiful little community waiting to get its second breath. We got several good pictures of interesting items and pictures. We probably spent well over an hour going through the exhibits. We stopped one more time on the way to Branson, but I will put it together in this entry. It was an information stop at one of the many places that tries to sell you special package deals in Branson. We werenâ€™t interested in that, but in asking another question we realized that the couple who ran this small store also did quilts, and quite nice ones at that. Not extremely quilted, but nicely pieced and finished. We got some pictures there too.
Leslie Sights & Attractions review
Learning about the Ozarks from the folks who live there.
The Federal government in 1935 had enough money to help build or construct some very nice buildings all over the United States especially in rural and… read entire review