National Geographic : 1946 Sep
© National Geographic Society Where the Old Oaken Bucket Hangs in the Well When you're hot and thirsty, no drink is so satisfying as pure, cool water from the depths of a rock-walled well. This type, near Booneville, is common throughout the Petit Jean Valley of the Ouachita Mountains. .oaacnromes oYvi laraL-.uiver "Loves Me, Loves Me Not," Told byBlack-eyed Susans More than 500 kinds of wild flowers may befound inonesquare mile of Arkansas mountain landscape.Daisies, black-eyed Susans, and coreopsis cover fields. Often highways are solidly bordered with blossoms.