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Exploring Arkansas November 2017

Founded in 1964 by the late Governor Wintrhop Rockefeller, The Museum of Automobiles atop Petit Jean Mountain near Morrilton, has a collection of more than fifty vehicles that rival any other car museum in the mid-south -including cars owned by celebrities and Presidents. A former world champion chainsaw carver, Kay Jackson now wows passers-by through the town of Alpena with her roadside chainsaw carving shop. The Spadra Creek Nature Trail is a gem of a scenic trail, smack dab in the middle of Clarksville. The Fort Smith Visitor Center happens to be the only former bordello, known as "Miss Laura's Social Club" that's listed on the National Register of Historic Places. And, Futrell Pharmacy in Pocahontas happens to be the oldest drugstore in the state, complete with a soda fountain.