We flew in to Little Rock, Arkansas early Friday evening and upon arriving in Little Rock, we drove around the city to check out the capital building and to see the historic Little Rock Central High School, which played a key role in the American Civil Rights Movement.
View 1957 photo
Statue commemorating the fallen Confederate soldiers of the American Civil War.
Early Saturday morning we headed to Bill Clinton's presidential library before heading down to Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Husband was marveling at how the stand supported the building. I was marveling at how much it resembles a trailer. :D
"The one that you've been waiting for." I am sure that line was used many times....
I wonder how many women wore this button....
I need a top like this.
The first floor of the library was mostly filled with text documents.
Nesting dolls of world leaders: Bill Clinton, George Bush, Boris Yeltsin, Mikhail Gorbachev, Helmut Kohl, John Major, Margaret Thatcher, Francois Mitterand, and the tiniest one is Saddam Hussein.
Working hard on AirForce One...
After the Clinton Museum, we headed south. We stopped by the Wiley A. McGeehee park, which was too pretty to pass by without stopping.