Friday, June 10, 2022

Mt Judea

Deep in the Ozark Mountains sits the small community of Mt. Judea, which has a population of around 110. But for being such a small town, it boasts several neat and photogenic spots. For example, there was this old abandoned store with a rusty old Pepsi sign.


And oddly enough, another rusty sign that was for Coke. I guess I should have checked the other side to see if there was one for Dr. Pepper or Sprite.


And just outside of Mt. Judea is this grand old home, sitting alone and abandoned in a field. I wish I knew how old this place was, and how long it's been abandoned. I bet it's amazing on the inside.


And probably one of the steepest and curviest roads in the state is Hwy. 123 which runs south of Mt. Judea towards Sam's Throne. It's a lot of fun to drive, and worth doing because the views from the overlooks at Sam's Throne are among the best in Arkansas.


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