Monday, October 23, 2006

Guion Road/Guion







6 comments:

Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

You keep posting these images, I'm gonna have to move back!

Jeffery Hodges

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D.Daddio Al-Ozarka said...

From what I have observed all my life, if these hills are in your blood, eventually you'll be drawn back to them.

There are several small schools experiencing rapid growth in the area...one of the top private Liberal-Arts schools in the nation is situated at the point where the upper-White River begins its transformation into the lower-White River...(Batesville). There is too little history written on the area--perfect oportunity for a homesick displaced hillbilly, you know!

Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

That'd be nice if they'd offer me a job ... but that sort of thing just doesn't seem to happen in my case.

Maybe I should play up my Cherokee blood and hope that they're looking for diversity.

Jeffery Hodges

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D.Daddio Al-Ozarka said...

Well....maybe a lecture or two when you're in for the fishing?

soosha_q said...

Hi! Saw you on Paris Daily Photo and thought I'd stop by. I live in St. Louis, but was born in Springfield, MO, and have a lot of family in the Ozarks area. Your pictures are bringing back some great childhood memories. I'll probably be popping by every now and then to see more pics of a place so beautiful, familiar, and comforting to me!

D.Daddio Al-Ozarka said...

Soosha_q!

Thanks for stopping by. One thing I hope others who aren't familiar with the Ozarks gets when they view my photos is that this is just one COUNTY!

It baffles me to think of how many remarlable historical and geological jewels I'll never know about stuck back in the hills and hollers!

Thanks again for stopping in...I look forward to your "popping" in!