First things first- having spent time among numerous pets, cute kids and even on a Floridian toilet, Mr Toast gets a refreshing shower of disinfectant.
The accommodations here are quite swanky.
To ensure a safe visit, Mr Toast is issued an round-the-clock personal security team.
Whenever possible, breakfast at Waffle House is a must.
Mr Toast makes a couple new friends.
There seems to be a lot going on here at the Wal-Mart world headquarters.
Surveying an Ozark hillside, sans leaves.
Neat old signs always make for a good snapshot.
Cool, another one!
Mr Toast stands before an ordinary landscape. Wait! What's that in the distance? It looks like...
Whew, it's not real. It's just a remnant of an abandoned tourist attraction called Dinosaur World.
"Hurry and take the picture please."
Remember to keep your distance when dinosaur eggs are hatching.
"I just wish my date had a head."
The quest for toast comes to an end.
One disadvantage of being so short: funhouse mirrors never work right.
This fun spot is no secret.
Whoa, it's the Christ of the Ozarks!
A 10x10 piece of the Berlin Wall. How random.
It's the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. And it's supposed to be haunted!
On to non-haunted downtown Eureka Springs.
Mr Toast throws himself into the holiday spirit.
Mr Toast meets one of his own. Wait, don't shake his hand- he's got a Joy Buzzer!
It looks like a lot of pranks get played around here.
Mr Toast takes time to remember the 80s.
So this is what it feels like to be an old dime store toy.
Mr Toast ponders other places that would be fun to visit.
Mr Toast is the only one stirring on the night before Christmas
Feel that Christmas cheer.
Vintage graphics always make Mister Toast a little homesick
Christmas morning 2007
Thanks Kirk for a great time in Arkansas!