Mountain Home, ArkansasWe're camped in an Army Corps of Engineers campground on Lake Norfork in northern Arkansas.
I can hardly believe we've spent eight nights here. We'll wait one more than to let tropical storm "Bill" amble out of our way. It's dumped a pile of rain here and a lot more on our path west though Oklahoma.
We go down to Conway with Paul and Diane and help Jason and Caroline a little with the remodeling projects. They've found some amazing stuff on Craig's List including a deeply discounted $8,000 bathtub that looks like a futuristic giant egg, a stove, a refrigerator and an entire unused gym basketball court floor.
Paul, Dianne and Chris running hard oak pieces though a planing machine.
You can see the seam where the basketball court floor is joined together...it's a really nice floor, new since we were here last June...
The kitchen we were working on last year is mostly done except for a couple of minor trim items.
Jason at work.
The Bull Shoals cavern has every type of limestone formation found in any cave in America including the rare "boxwork" formation which is only found in one other cave in the U.S. (the Wind Cave in South Dakota)...we've been there too...I forgot to get a picture but here's a hyperlink
More cave pix....
Mr. Phred making blueberry pies....