Cardboard Ruth Hits Little Rock- Part 1

And the report from Arkansas-
“Cardboard Ruth arrived just after Christmas and helped us ring in the new year.
On New Year’s Eve, she spent the day with me, that’d be Katherine the female half of the Rufus Guide duo, and I documented our girls’ outing in and around Little Rock. I’m not sure what the weather was 900 miles to the North, where the actual Ruth lives, but here it was a blue-skied 68. Although, that was what I read on a bank thermometer and those are always off. It might have only been 65.
We started our day with a stop at the Old Mill in North Little Rock, which is neither old, or a mill. It was built in 1933 as a memorial park and is a popular spot for locals to have their graduation, engagement and family portraits taken. You can see why. Its other claim to fame: It appeared in the opening credits of Gone with the Wind.” 

Flat Ruthie visits Katherine and Greg of Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide blog

What a beautiful day in North Little Rock.

Be sure to visit Rufus’ Food and Spirits Guide blog and see the wonderful photographs and recipes and cheers! Today  Yoda and Darth Vader pancakes with peach jam – you don’t want to miss the recipe for them!!

About Ruth

Photography teacher(high school), photographer, knitter, reader, cook, poet, filmmaker
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2 Responses to Cardboard Ruth Hits Little Rock- Part 1

  1. Mrs Beans says:

    Indeed, what a beautiful day there! Very picturesque….the building looks like it could be haunted….

  2. Katherine says:

    Haunted ha, no. Hmm, maybe we should take Ruth at night!

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