November 12, 2014
The Polar Vortex may be outside, but inside my studio when I’m quilting it feels like Tahiti!
Tasty tropicals, fabulous florals, and a rainbow of batiks are keeping me warm while I work on a very colorful project.
Enjoy your day!
#ColorMeCountry; #Batiks; #Quilting
October 22, 2014
Well, here, of course! Mockingbird Bay Resort welcomes walk-ins during the non-summer season. We are located in Mountain Home, Arkansas, just south of town on Hwy 5, then Hwy 342 into Sycamore Springs. We have cozy cabins and a boat dock on Norfork Lake. Fully-stocked kitchens and BBQ grills make for easy and affordable meal options, too. We are motorcycle friendly with a blacktopped resort, too!
See our website, Mockingbird Bay Resort, and come on by! It’s always a good idea to call ahead, if possible, 870-491-5151, to double-check cabin availability.
See you here! :)
Cabin Lodging in Mountain Home, Arkansas.
October 21, 2014
Met 4 nice guys on the road with motorcycles.
We welcome Walk-Ins! (FYI: Check-in is before 7 pm…and it’s probably a good idea to call ahead, if possible, to make sure we have availability for you). 870-491-5151
We have a paved resort — and we’ll give you the choice of either parking your bikes under the carport or parking your bikes near your cabin on a flat level spot…it’s entirely up to you.
So stop by for 1 night (or 2) and break up a roadtrip. We’d be happy to have you!
September 14, 2014
…will be on the way in the next short weeks. Leaf-peepers get ready! Book your cabin now for the mid-to-late October timeframe. :)
Schedule some getaway time with your BFF! Fall is a fantastic time to enjoy a cozy cabin in the woods! See you here! :)
August 25, 2014
Brrrr! Between Frank’s overkill of the ice, and Val’s stirring of the water to make it colder…I had a fleeting sense that I might feasibly have a heart attack over this. But, alas, we all survived.
Here’s to helping bring awareness of the dreaded degenerative neurotransmitter disease of the brain and spinal cord known as ALS. May there one day be a cure…