Chuck's Blog - "Exploring Arkansas: December 2018"
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Her name is Mary Parker and, on the next brand new edition of "Exploring Arkansas" on Dec. 5, you’ll get to meet this bluegrass prodigy who lives in Mountain View, Arkansas, and has been making quite a name for herself throughout the country.
Village Creek State Park near Wynne, Arkansas, has not one but two wonderful lakes where you can fish until your heart's content, not to mention enjoy recreational kayaking and fish at the same time! It’s also the ultimate way to observe wildlife on the lakes.
The Wings of Honor WWII Museum in Walnut Ridge was the location of an Army Flying School during the war. When it was in full operation, the facility contained five-hundred buildings but, now, only four remain standing.
Near “Y” City in west Arkansas lies a geological phenomenon: huge boulders that really don’t belong there. Called “erratics,” they are different in age and composition compared to the other local shale. We ventured out with two geologists from the Arkansas Geological Survey to explore the unique area and come up with some explanations.
Find out what we discovered on the next "Exploring Arkansas" Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 6:30 p.m.!
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018
"Exploring Arkansas," 6:30 p.m.