From the bloggers at The Lady Is A Tramp
Driving into Little Rock, Arkansas, I kept humming the number performed by Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”
Aside from that little ditty, all I knew about Little Rock was it is: 1) the state capital of Arkansas; 2) home to the Clinton Presidential Library; and 3) the site of the infamous attempt at public school desegregation in September 1957, when “The Little Rock Nine” were turned way, twice, before federal government intervention. Little Rock is much more than these things, and I was fortunate to spend ten days there.
Bridges Over Working Waters
While there are more quiet parks outside Little Rock (namely, Willow Beach and Maumelle), I opted for the Downtown Riverside RV Park, in North Little Rock, operated by the city, and directly on the Arkansas River, overlooking Little Rock’s waterfront.
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