Hobbit Cave, wake up with my own waterfall and hang out one lazy afternoon in a barn. Frankly, I'm also very curious how a night would be living in a really big cave. I want to share these experiences with folks who need to get out and experience the world beyond average hotels.
Blanchard Springs, Bull Shoals, Cosmic, the Hurricane River Cave, Mystic Cavern and Crystal Dome, Old Spanish Treasure, Onyx and War Eagle -- and I think it's about time I visit them all. A year should be plenty of time to schedule tours of each and every one. This will probably be something I do when it's really hot -- since caves and caverns keep their cool temperatures year-round.
Cafe Roulant. It's a trolley that tours Eureka Springs while offering a lunch or dinner from one of several area restaurants. I'm anxious to give this new idea a shot.
|I won't look this good, but this should give you the idea.
|I want to see what's at the end of this road.
Cattleman's turns 50 in 2015, and while it's well known for steak, quail and other entrees, it's the delicacies on the appetizer menu that need to be further explored -- specifically calf fries, turkey fries and dragon fries. It's about time I bit the bullet and shared this uniquely Arkansas experience.
|The start and end point of the trail, I hope.
That's not a whole lot of goals, but I'll be happy if I can get there. What's on your bucket list?