Late blossoms

late blossums, Woolly Hollow State Park, Arkansas, November 4, 2007

Huckleberry Trail, Woolly Hollow State Park, Arkansas, November 4, 2007

Located in the rolling hills just to the south of the Ozarks and 50 miles north of Little Rock, the 370 acre Wooly Hollow area was established as a state park in 1973.

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Woolly Hollow State Park – info

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  • Great picture…. Love the wildflowers!!!

  • Hello, I stumbled into your blog when I inquired about the state of Arkansas. My parents live in Hardy, AR and I’m leaving soon to visit them and wondered what there was to do. They’re about 3 hours from north of Little Rock and 3 hours from Memphis. I’m looking for horse back riding and photography opportunities. I hope spring has sprung there! I enjoyed looking around stop by anytime! Beautiful floral photos! Arkansas is a wonderful state. Luanne

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