Happy Spring! #VernalEquinox #spring #arwx #arcosl
To “mammer” means to stammer or mutter, OR to waver in one’s decision or be undecided. #WednesdayWords 🤷🏻♂️🤷🏾♀️
Today our #MondayMention is an historic event: 197 years ago, March 16, 1822, the first steamboat to ascend the Arkansas River reached Little Rock. The Eagle continued to near Russellville, then returned to Little Rock March 19.
Beautiful morning on the Arkansas river
There aren’t many naturally blue foods in the world, but one occurs in this region. Lactarius indigo, or the indigo milk cap, is found in parts of North America, including Missouri and Arkansas. Unlike some wild mushrooms, it’s edible - and delicious. #RandomFacts
When volcanoes were erupting Hawaii last year, “vog” was in the news. It’s formed when gas and particulate from an eruption mix with moisture in the air to form volcanic fog (and has nothing to do with Douglas Adams or poetry). #WednesdayWords
Theodore Sanders was an Arkansas-born architect educated in Paris, France. He designed multiple landmark buildings around Little Rock, including Cornish House, M.M. Cohn Co., Hotel Freiderica & Philander Smith College. #MondayMention #arcosl
Despite how it has felt the last couple of days, temps don’t get cold enough here to risk walking across frozen lakes or rivers. Canadians call it “rubber ice” - thin ice that shifts, cracks or groans when you walk across it. #WednesdayWords